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The Kent Downs AONB (Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty) have arranged a free, guided walk through Cobham that will focus on the archaeology and history of the area. This event is being run as part of a series of events to … Continue reading
The Kent Downs AONB (Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty) have arranged a free, guided walk through Shorne Woods that will focus on the archaeology and history of the area. This event is being run as part of a series of events … Continue reading
Cobham Two final days of Cobham village explorations to come this week. Meeting at Shorne at 10am on Weds and Thurs. As with all archaeological projects, geophys is hinting at exciting developments on both Battle St and North Court Field, … Continue reading
The 2018 Later Prehistoric Finds Group annual conference is titled The Matter in Hand: New Research on Later Prehistoric Finds. It will be held at the British Museum on Monday 29th October 2018, 9.30am to 4.30pm. Our keynote speaker is Dr Melanie Giles (University … Continue reading
If you are coming on Saturday, please park in the village and walk over to site…there’s a fallen tree in the way at the end of Battle St!