Bridge Farm, near Barcombe Mills: a truly momentous year – Lewes Archaeological Group talk, Friday 28 February 2014, 7:30pm

Rob Wallace and David Millum

The Directors of the Culver Archaeological Project return to report on the first year of excavations at Bridge Farm, Wellingham (Nr. Barcombe Mills).

This proved to be truly memorable not only for the archaeology revealed but also for the terrific response from the 180 volunteers of all ages and experience who signed up for a total of over 1000  work days.

During the 6 weeks of excavation an estimated 400 visitors had tours of the site and the five organised local school fieldtrips attracted 150 pupils. The wide range of workshops gave 120 people the opportunity to share the knowledge of 6 specialists in subjects as diverse as handling human bones to recording pillboxes.

Come along and find out what they discovered.

Culver Archaeological Project group photo

Venue: Lewes Town Hall Lecture Room

Admission: (including tea/coffee) for members is £3/£2 for concessions.

Non-members are very welcome at £4/£3 for concessions.

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