Harpswell archaeology day
East Midlands | Lincolnshire
Sat 15th Jul 2017
Harpswell archaeology day
Periods: Saxons and Vikings, Tudors and Stuarts, Medieval
Exhibition or displayHands-on activityFinds identification or archaeological skillsGuided walk or tourExcavation visitFamily fun

Visitors will have the chance to come and see a real life archaeological excavation and take part in fun activities for grown-ups and children of all ages. As well as seeing what the archaeologists are getting up to on the dig, visitors can see what we've found and help us out with cleaning and identifying our artefacts. There will also be stands run by the Society for Lincolnshire History and Archaeology and other groups, where you can find out more about getting involved in Lincolnshire's history and heritage

Event details

Organiser: Bishop Grosseteste University
Booking details: You do not need to book this event
Fee details: This event is free to attend

Dates and times

Sat 15th Jul 2017 10:00-16:00

Venues and locations

Hall Farm
Harpswell,
Gainsborough
DN21 5U


Tel: 01522283774
Email: duncan.wright@bishopg.ac.uk
Directions: From Lincoln take the A15 to Caenby Corner. Bear left on the A631, past Hemswell Airfield and straight across the roundabout. Go past the turning for Harpswell village; Hall Farm is approximately 200m further down the hill on the left hand side. Signposts will be erected for the day.

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