Get involved Projects Our Projects CITiZAN Our fragile island heritage The coast of England is under constant threat from wind, waves and winter storms. These threats wreak havoc on England's varied coastal and intertidal heritage, not only exposing these sites but washing them away before they are ever seen. The Coastal and Intertidal Zone Archaeological Network (CITiZAN) has been set up in response to these dynamic threats to our island heritage. We are a community archaeology project working in the areas of England exposed at low tide but covered at high tide. We are actively promoting site recording and long-term monitoring programmes led by active volunteers Find out more about the Coastal and Intertidal Zone Archaeological Network ----------------------- CITiZAN a winner: Charity Awards 2018! CITiZAN have won the Charity Awards 2018 for Arts, Culture and Heritage, recognising our network's innovation and dedication to record our fragile coastal and intertidal heritage. It is such an honour to have the hard work of our network of archaeologists, volunteers and partners recognized by the wider charity sector! We could not have done it without you! Many thanks go out to all involved who have made CITiZAN a success: our amazing partners the Nautical Archaeology Society, Council for British Archaeology, and our project host Museum of London Archaeology our project supporters the Heritage Lottery Fund, National Trust, The Crown Estate, Historic England and especially to you, our enthusiastic network! Thank you for your support and your dedication over the past 3 years. This award is an amazing recognition of all that you do! -------------------------- If you'd like to know more about the CITiZAN sites, have a look at the online resources: East Sussex Shipwrecks: investigate the remains of a 19th-century ship which wrecked against the chalky cliffs at Crowlink: the wreck of the Coonatto Submerged Forests: discover the wonders of an ancient forest which has been swalllowed by the sea: the submerged forest at Pett Level Submarines: explore the WWI German submarine that foundered off Birling Gap: the 3D model of the UB-121 Shafts: take a closer look at the fabulous rediscovery of an eroded of a Bronze Age wonder: the Bronze Age shaft at Belle Tout Dorset Coastal brick industry: why is a brick kiln now being lapped by the tide at Brownsea Island? Quays and jetties: explore the history of Middlebere Quay in Poole Harbour Military defences: learn about the fascinating WWII history of Studland Bay Adopt your coastline! Want to get involved? Download the CITiZAN app for your smartphone and monitor the fragile heritage on your local foreshore. With nothing more than the phone in your pocket, you can locate and monitor at-risk archaeology with your smartphone! Register as a CITiZAN surveyor and you can locate and monitor at-risk archaeology with your smartphone!