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What’s in your parish? Ockbrook.

Welcome to the first of our new monthly blogs “What’s in your parish?” in which we’ll take a look at what archaeology can be, or has been found in parishes around our region. We’ll focus on Derbyshire initially as that’s … Continue reading

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While we’re talking Roman . . .

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Catherine and I had a little road trip this week when we visited some excavations taking place in Derbyshire. First up was a visit to this year’s fieldwork at Castleton, where a team from Castleton Historical Society and students from … Continue reading

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Excavating Roman Derby

Last week I was despatched on a mission – to see how Trent & Peak Archaeology had been getting on with the excavations they were undertaking as part of the Our River, Our City project in Derby. The project is … Continue reading

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Manchester Archaeology Day (@DGM_Archaeology)

Saturday saw the 9th Manchester Archaeology Day – and this was an excellent chance to catch up with some of the work that has been happening in and around the city over the last ¬†year. The venue was generously provided … Continue reading

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Ancient Mesopotamia in Whaley Bridge!

It has been really busy of late, but we thought we’d share with you the fantastic time we had with the children of Class 5 at Taxal & Fernilee Primary School in Whaley Bridge. We’d been invited by their teacher … Continue reading

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