Final words for 2019

Dear all,

I just wanted to thank everyone for the support, enthusiasm and help with all things community archaeological throughout 2019…

A year of varied projects from Ashenbank and its’ Huts to Peggy Taylors Hill and the mysteries of the buried trees, geophys at Cobham Villa and a goodbye to the Cobham Landscapes Project in June…

Away from Cobham, many of us have been down on the Marsh, at Sollys Farm, St Martin’s and Brenzett and working in the Darent Valley at Lullingstone Villa (&its’ samples!) and surrounding fields…

In between all of this work has continued on various sites at Lees Court, with lots of interesting prehistoric discoveries…

In the late summer and Autumn we have returned to test pits in the Park, an exploration of a possible Reptonian pond at Cobham Hall and finally a ten week stint on the AA battery near the village!

Your continued involvement makes all of these project possible!

Have a fantastic festive period and see you in 2020 for more mutinous madness….sorry…I mean controlled archaeological exploration. More to do at the AA battery, the Pond at Cobham Hall, projects in the Darent valley and on the Marsh…Sevenoaks Commons and further work in Cobham!

Best wishes,


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