Get Involved

There are four ways you can get involved with what’s going on at Epiacum:

ONE…

Come along to some of our public events These often include guided walks through the landscape, sifting through molehills, learning archaeology from experts, to honouring Bacchus at our Roman Banquet, we have a wide range of events each year. See the latest  events here

Bacchus and his mum at the Roman Banquet

 

TWO…

Register as a Volunteer Our enthusiastic volunteers often help out at events and upkeep of the routes on site, as well as getting early notice of upcoming training and other activities.

Volunteer oiling a gladiator before performing

Check out the NEW volunteer section for more details.

THREE…

Become a Friend of Epiacum We are delighted that Prof Stewart Ainsworth has agreed to take on the role of President and we look forward to his varied contributions to the work of the Friends. Members can register for a fee of £10 a year and the benefits include:

  • Special Friends events (free of charge)
  • Regular e-bulletins
  • Free (or  discounted) training opportunities

Our first Friends of Epiacum event was on the 21st July 2012, when Stewart led a Guided Walk around the site, looking specifically “beyond the fort” at the archaeological remains identified by the LIDAR imaging which was carried out during that recent research.

Prof Ainsworth explaining landscape archaeology of the site

 

If you would like to join the Friends of Epiacum, please download and complete the Registration Form at the top right of this page.

Click here to pay via PayPal (5% transaction fee applies)


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To find out more and join the Friends or register as a Volunteer, please email: friendsofepiacum@gmail.com

It will be great to have you with us!

FOUR…

As a trustee or advisor of the charity We welcome help from all quarters. Click here to find out more about these vital roles.

Many individuals and organisations are involved with the management of Epiacum. We would particularly like to thank the following: Heritage Lottery Fund, North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty Partnership, Historic England, and Natural England
"the most significant archaeological monument in the region"
- Prof Stewart Ainsworth from TV's Time Team
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All Comments (2)

  • Hi
    Not sure if the last contact worked as came up as verification failure.

    Would it be possible to send details by email and pay by paypal as we don’t have word on our computer.

    Also do you have any events over Easter especially if aimed at children as our son is into his romans and loves the South Tynedale
    Thanks

  • Hi Adrian

    I am just in a wordpress training session, and seeing this comment for the first time!! So apologies for the late reply. I will ask Judith to get in touch and send the relevant form – or you could just pay via the paypal link on the “get involved” page as this will generate a notification to Judith and she can get in touch that way. Hope that helps – Elaine
    or email friendsofepiacum@gmail.com