Young People and Heritage forum

A space for anyone interested in engaging young people with heritage, to connect and share knowledge.

Share updates and advice from your Young Roots project, ask about our new Kick the Dust programme, or gain ideas about how you could involve young people in your capital or conservation works. You can also find out more about research and best practice, opportunities and events, and wider activity relevant to heritage and young people. 

Formerly known as the Young Roots forum.

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