The final report on this Activity, embracing aspects of all four seasons of work, is now available to view at the Project Office.
Exploring the Buildings of Skelton
(Image courtesy of Tees Archaeology)
As part of the Skelton Townscape Heritage Project, Tees Archaeology led a project to record the buildings of the historic core of Skelton. This created a descriptive snapshot of the buildings at a moment in time; hence the activity title. The material thus assembled will provide a reference and research tool for anybody interested in investigating the heritage of Skelton in the future.
For one week in September each year, 2016-2019, our volunteers, who had been trained in the necessary techniques, worked in small teams to capture the necessary information about the buildings within the Conservation Area of the village and as far as Yeoman Street, beyond the eastern boundary of the Conservation Area. This was a wonderful opportunity to look at the village from a different point of view. Each day’s fieldwork involved time spent outdoors, recording the details of the buildings, followed by time indoors, creating the digital record for each building (see the example below). Click on the thumbnail image to see a zoomable PDF version.
Please also see Tees Archaeology’s Website.