More than 2,400 flints shaped into tools and blades were dug up by archaeologists in the summer and are said to be 14,000 years old.


Nick Truckle, a member of the Surrey County Council heritage conservation team, recommended the dig and said the rare artefacts were in excellent condition, and despite river flooding and development they were found exactly where hunter-gathers had left them in around 12,000 BC.

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