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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.
Metal lids found at the back of building 2 mixed in with the brick and tile demolition material: Lid marked St Martin Marmalade was manufactured by the St Martin Preservation Co Ltd. The company was formed in 1937 on the … Continue reading
These two have come out of the ground recently:
Click here to see an article on the Day of Archaeology website about the CLD summer dig: Day of Archaeology article