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Flint Knapping course

This exciting day school will take place in Bentley Woods, outside the roundhouses. You will learn the basics of core selection, technology and application....

Interpreting Our Outdoor Heritage

Visit almost any countryside property or heritage site and you will have come across some way of telling that place’s story to visitors and...

Neolithic Henge site in Hertfordshire – volunteers welcome

The Norton Community Archaeology Group (NCAG) will again dig at a Neolithic henge site to the east of Norton in Hertfordshire Chris Hobbs, chairman, said:...

Archäologischer Grabungs-Kompetenz-Pass published

The first of a number of International Archaeology Skills Passports has taken to the stage Welcome to...

Strata Florida Trust – Fieldschool opens its doors

This summer you have a chance to discover Strata Florida's Archaeology Field School at the foot of the beautiful Cambrian Mountains in Mid- Wales. The...

Bronze and Stone -Ancient Craft archaeology workshop

Ancient Craft have had a brilliant year of archaeology and natural history workshops at Berrycroft Hub! Lots of Bronze Age axe heads have been...

Archaeological survival skills

Find out about the work of experimental archaeologists and learn some of the skills needed to survive in prehistory.

Public open day at Bradgate Park, Leicestershire

Bradgate Park is located c.4km north-west of the City of Leicester and covers an area of approximately 830 acres, through which the River Lin...

Digging Becket: The Excavation of an Archbishop’s Palace in Kent

Since 2016 Aldington & Romney Archaeology have been engaging in excavations to uncover the story behind Thomas Becket’s palace at Aldington.  The earliest written...

Newbarns training dig 2015 – Dumfries and Galloway

Annual excavation of prehistoric burial cairns, dating from the Neolithic to Iron Age with later settlement in the Anglo-Saxon and Medieval periods at Newbarns,...