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In the car park of the Darnley Arms in Cobham we’ve started a couple of trenches to explore what is just beneath the surface. We’ve hit rubble and a chalk platform and found a variety of pot sherds, all probably … Continue reading
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
Young Archaeologists’ Club dig: Shorne Woods, 13 March 2016 On Sunday the 13th March 2016 a group of young enthusiastic archaeologists (YACs) conducted a dig on a demolished WWII RAF Camp within the boundary of Shorne Country Park. One of the … Continue reading
*Note there is no parking at the College, but plenty of parking in the village, behind the school.
A couple of months ago some of our members (top left photo) volunteered on a dig in Chatham. Details appeared in the local paper: