We have included the following links – all of which are related to the project

Searchable database of a thousand Tunnellers who served at La Boisselle compiled by LBSG member Simon Jones

The La Boisselle Project on Twitter – the best place to ensure you receive the latest information about the project

Tunnellers Memorial – a permanent memorial to Sapper William Hackett VC and the RE Tunnelling Companies of the Great War

Wenches in Trenches – our dedicated fundraising team. Their work enables us to continue with research and archaeology

Jeremy Banning – Military Historian, Battlefield Guide & Researcher

Iain McHenry – Trenchmap Tours. Offering tours around the Western Front – New company offering tours on the Western Front battlefields

BACTEC International – Experts in explosive ordnance, bomb disposal, landmine clearance and risk assessment. BACTEC have conducted on all of the geophysics for the site.

Historial de la Grande Guerre

Somme Trench Museum, Albert

Groupement d’Intervention et d’Etude des Ouvrages Souterrains – our French colleagues specialising in studying and exploring underground structures in the Somme area.

Imperial War Musuem First World War Centenary Project

Friends of Lochnagar

Tyneside Scottish & Tyneside Irish

Carrière Wellington

Anthony Byledbal’s detailed website on the role of the New Zealand Tunnellers in the Great War

Le 19eme régiment d’infanterie 1914/1918

Somme Remembrance Association

Chavasse Farm – quality self-catering accommodation on the Somme

Old Blighty Tea Room, La Boisselle

The Nottingham & Nottinghamshire Victoria Cross Committee – currently researching the three VCs won at La Boisselle in 1916

Jacob Stow – Graphic Designer