Saveock is located on a 9 acre smallholding in a quiet valley bordered by a stream.
Saveock Water Archaeology was featured in a Times Newspaper article Christmas 2014 for its unique pagan pits. This site is multi -period with its earliest feature being a Mesolithic camp. No experienceis nessesary as training will be given on site. The only qualification is a delight in discovering all aspects of our prehistoric and historic past with a trowel. Every week students have an opportunity to do some experimental archaeology in and around our Bronze Age roundhouse construction on site.
Saveock is recognised as field school with British, European and American Universities.
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