Projects & Identification Guides
From volunteer-led grant-funded projects to free training and identification guides
We can organise and run training workshops and survey days for community groups to support their projects on a diverse range of areas including woodland heritage, wildlife, ecology and landscapes.
The project links on the right feature current, SYBRG-backed projects. There is useful output material available for download or the opportunity to find out about further follow-up work. Many of the projects feature guides and other material which may be useful and of interest to groups or individuals wishing to follow on from the project, find out more or become involved.
The projects usually have information sheets or guides associated with them, either to accompany the project itself, or as output from it. A number of the projects listed to the right have these to download free from their respective pages. Others can be found under the 'Identification Guides' link via the menu above, or by clicking here.
If you have queries, please use the form on the Contact Us page.
Graves Park has a unique history and heritage. As part of the project local communities, visitors, and schools will find out about this remarkable place and resource on their doorstep.
The work will engage local people as heritage champions and will produce a technical report plus on-line materials and a leaflet to provide information to local communities and schools.
Led by volunteers with professional support, the aim of this exciting project is to uncover the history, heritage, and archaeology of the Norton Park Estate and its historic stately homes, past and present. Volunteers will find out about: landscape history, heritage and archaeology, the medieval park and the designed landscape of the 1700s to 1900s, the boundaries, buildings and trackways, the park areas, the field systems and the prehistoric features.