How to get involved in Project Gargoyle
Taking images for Project Gargoyle
If you would like to volunteer to help photograph churches in Leicestershire and Rutland we would be very pleased to hear from you. You will need a high-specification digital camera with a zoom lens of 300mm or more as many carvings are high-up in the church. Many of our photographers are members of camera clubs though this is not necessary. Full training on how to record carvings for Project Gargoyle is provided on a one-to-one basis.
If you would like to volunteer please see our contact page.
The Project Coordinator is Bob Trubshaw. Copies of the recording sheets used by Project Gargoyle volunteers are available here.
Project Gargoyle Village by Village Lists all villages in Leicestershire and Rutland and whether they have been photographed, and to whom they have been allocated. (8 page pdf)
Project Gargoyle Photography Guide (17 page pdf, 500kb)
Project Gargoyle Copyright Assignment and consent form (2 page pdf)
Project Gargoyle record sheet master (excel spreadsheet)
Project Gargoyle ‘dummy’ record sheet (Excel spreadsheet – filled in version for example use)