The project was an important step along a journey to explore our Ice Age heritage. A number of resources were produced to aid our future research and share our current understanding.
The following new resources are available here (as digital content) or through the contact box below to borrow the physical resources:
• Schools' digital resource pack;
• Two schools' resource boxes that any Worcestershire school can borrow free of charge to complement the digital information. The boxes include a giant timeline, replica flint implements and other objects that Paleolithic people would have had, but which no longer survive in the archaeological record;
• A Research Framework to ensure better management of the County's historic environment in the future;
• A Quaternary geology booklet for the county. This pulls all the known information into one place, providing a strong base for future research.
• A Touring exhibition (available from Museums Worcestershire);
• The digital version of the William Smith geology map. This is available free to anyone who wishes to have a copy (available on request to Worcestershire Archive and Archaeology Service);