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Neolithic activity at Shorne

We previously mentioned a flint discovered at Shorne, given to us by a member of the public. A closer look has revealed that based on its shape and form, it can be argued to be Neolithic in origin and not … Continue reading

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Found flint

On a walk around the park, after the recent heavy rain, a member of the public found a marvelous flint adze protruding from the ground. They have kindly donated it to the Group. The third photo shows the bottom edge, … Continue reading

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Flints at Shorne

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Previous open days at Shorne Woods Country Park

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The Burnet

The Burnet is an area situated within Shorne Woods Country Park. Test pits dug in the area have produced a number of Mesolthic flints.  Trevor produced a short guide to flints found at the site: Earlier digs produced the following: … Continue reading

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