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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.
Find out more about the archaeological secrets of Cobham with a special event running this month. The Heritage Lottery-funded Cobham Landscape Detectives Project is holding a Big Dig in the village for the UK-wide Festival of Archaeology. It is being … Continue reading
LiDAR stands for “Light Detection and Ranging” and it has become an important tool in the field of archaeology. LiDAR UK has this to say about the process: LiDAR data is very accurate, high resolution 3D data. Captured using special … Continue reading
Venue: British Museum Date: 20th – 22nd October 2016 The programme can be found by clicking here. Presentations include one by our SWAG member Frank Beresford. His topic is titled : A Re-appraisal of de Barri Crawshay and his late nineteenth century … Continue reading