The Woodland Heritage Festival is a yearly public heritage event held at the J.G. Graves Discovery Centre in Ecclesall Woods
Digital WHF 2020
Although we couldn’t meet in person, the 2020 festival will was held online. It featured brand new podcasts, activity sheets, and plenty of links to keep you busy. Follow the link below for these resources and more!
Thanks to the over 450 people who went to the festival for our 5th birthday! We had so much fun sharing our research and love for Sheffield’s heritage with you all.
Was 2018’s festival the best yet? It was certainly lots of fun! This clip was made by Brett Chapman with funding from the Faculty and Humanities Arts Enterprise.
After many months of planning and organisation the Woodland Heritage Festival which took place on the 30th of May 2016 went off with a bang and, considering the windy day, the turnout was incredible.
In June 2015, we hosted a fantastic two days of free, family-friendly experimental archaeology events at the J G Graves Woodland Discovery Centre. The festival included hands-on activities, music, and talks now available as podcasts!
Got any questions?
Department of Archaeology
Minalloy House, 10-16 Regent St
Sheffield, S1 3NJ