Trench 14 is continuing to suprise us, with more rock-art and other suprises, so time for an update1179 visits
We have had two weeks working in a field in Holt. We had a field walking session with Holt Historical Society and put in some test pits1922 visits
Three diaries are attached that tell the story, from the "diarists" point of view, of the Caer Alyn Grundtvig Malta visit.
So far, three diaries have been submitted with more to follow. Attached are the diaries of the actual Malta trip from Derek, beverly and David. Please read, enjoy and feel free to comment. A presentation will be made at the AGM.3349 visits
Trench 14 finds have been inspected, sorted, dated and recorded. I have decided to do an update based on my thoughts as a digger who has spent a lot of time in the trench and looking at the finds. This is what UI think so far. Feel free to comment, disagree or whatever.1538 visits
Last week, volunteers from Caer Alyn played the part of an iron-age family for an educational dvd for a schools information pack on the iron-age. Whilst waiting for the film crew to arrive, Phil Cox (our own "director" tcarried out his own photo shoot!3053 visits
On Saturday May 1st, Julie Edwards, Cheshire Archaeology, visited Caer Alyn to have a look at the finds from trench 14 and to help the volunteers identify the finds. The visit was a great success from our point of view and is documented in the attachment.3234 visits
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