A SOTMAS member and resident of Mucklestone, learned that whenever a field called “Old House Field” is ploughed, an area of dark soil emerges containing pottery sherds. Field walking the site identified an area of darker soil with a high concentration of pottery fragments, mostly dating from the early 18th Century. In 2013 and early […]
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View the 2017 Digs Guide as it appears in issue 326 of Current Archaeology magazine.
Details We Dig the Castle – first held in 2015 – is Nottingham Castle’s annual training excavation. It is a partnership between Historic England, Nottingham City Council and Trent & Peak Archaeology. We Dig the Castle offers a variety of training, ranging from a 1 or 2 day taster to a 1-2 week study place. […]
An archaeology field school run by the University of Sheffield. The 2018 season will run in two sessions, from 1st July to 13th July, and 15th July – 27th July. Both sessions follow the same schedule. We are now accepting applications from international and UK students. Based near the village of Scremby on the […]
This is not an ordinary field school – this is a ‘Training Field School’ where you will learn about all aspects of archaeological excavation and receive hands on training and learning from archaeological professionals in the heart of Sherwood Forest. This course is suitable for all levels from beginner to experienced digger. You will receive […]