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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:
An excavation at Rose Hill, Sittingbourne, is coming up. The event will be launched at the Heritage Hub on Saturday 10th September (10am to 3pm), with the Mayor of Swale attending at 2pm. There are also six dig dates for the diary, … Continue reading
Thanks to everyone who helped on the Mausoleum cottage dig over the past two weeks! Above we have a snapshot of some of the volunteers who bravely stayed around to back fill on the last day.