The Upper Nene Archaeological Society (UNAS) will be undertaking their 35th season of excavation at Piddington Villa in Northamptonshire. This fascinating multi-period site features a Romano-British villa complex, as well as a late Iron Age settlement.
The excavation will run from the end of July to the end of August. Preference is given to applicants coming for 2 weeks or longer.
Some training will be provided, and anyone over the age of 16 is welcome to participate. Food and basic accommodation (in the form of on-site camping facilities) are available for an increased fee. Limited B&B accommodation can also be arranged.
UNAS also owns and runs the nearby PiddingtonRomanVillaMuseum, an Accredited and award-winning Museum that houses the site archive and displays and interprets the material from the site.