- An Islamic enamelled glass beaker from Randall Manor, Shorne Woods, Kent (2011)
- Fort Amherst dig answers an age old question…
- Guided walk – Cobham archaeology and history
- Guided walk – Shorne archaeology and history
- Cobham wraps up and Amherst kicks off
- New Research on Later Prehistoric Finds conference
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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
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
We’ve had some good local press. Click here for an article in the Kent Messenger about the Cobham School part of the recent dig.
Deadman’s Island: a talk Daf Charman will be giving a talk at the Sheppey Little Theatre on the history of Deadman’s Island. 1st September at 7.30, entry fee £3. Click here for more details.