Location: A field near Petersfield, North East Hampshire
Dates: August 13th to September 15th 2020
Cost: £6 per day. Membership required (£20 per year). Full-Time Students under 25 - half price
Age: Over 18’s only
Training / Experience: All levels welcome Full training available by request
Accommodation: No
Organization: Liss Archaeology
Name: Juliet Smith
Address: 42 Furze Hill Road, GU35 8HA
Email: [email protected]
Telephone: 07732327697


Digging up the past! [Image: Liss Archaeology]

A continuation of Stroud Big Dig (2016 – 2019), Liss Archaeology are continuing exploration of the area with the focus for 2020 being in fields near Petersfield. Test pits and field walking here revealed previously unknown Iron Age/ Romano-British artefacts and features. A series of geophysical surveys have taken place as well as desktop background research including Lidar and old aerial photographs. 

2020 has large scale excavations planned plus, if the farming calendar permits, fieldwalking. Further geophysical surveys are also planned.

Training is available in all aspects of archaeology (by prior request), all skills levels welcome. 

Volunteers from all walks of life are welcome to take part.  From 18 to 80’s, all abilities. In addition to excavation, finds processing, sieving, soil analysis, recording, planning and drawing plus surveying take place to professional standards during the dig. Students are encouraged to experience community-based, volunteer archaeology with a friendly group of like-minded people.

Tea/coffee available at start of day/all breaks. Booking/more information and