Since 2015, the Army Benevolent Fund (The Soldiers’ Charity) have supported, and are supporting, a number of soldiers and veterans on the project.
Chalke Valley History Festival
Chalke Valley History Festival provide us with a plot and an opportunity to speak about our work to a wide audience.
The Coldstream Guards
The Coldstream Guards have provided funding to maintain and restore the farm for over a century, and provide logistical and financial support for the project, as well veterans to attend the excavation.
Lt Dougie Dalzell MC Memorial Trust
The Lt Dougie Dalzell MC Memorial Trust have supported a number of soldiers and veterans on the project.
Help For Heroes
Help for Heroes have donated funds towards injured serving personnel and veterans attending excavations, as well as helping identify participants.
The Chancellor of the Exchequer is supporting Waterloo Uncovered through a grant from the LIBOR fund.
Opti-cal provide us with GIS equipment.
P&O Ferries provided us with discounted ferry crossing from Dover to Calais. When you’ve got three minibuses of diggers and kit help like this makes a real difference.
Project Hougoumont who own the land around Hougoumont Farm and have undertaken extensive work to conserve the farm buildings and discover their history.
The Treebeard Trust
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Waterloo 200 is the government sponsored body responsible for the bicentenary celebrations. They recognised Waterloo Uncovered as an important part of the 2015 program and have supported and promoted the project through the year.
Walking with the Wounded
Walking With The Wounded have helped identify and provide participants for the excavations.