The dig will host an open day on Saturday, September 11, from 10am to 3pm.
Roman settlement – A hidden ancient settlement has been revealed by an archaeological dig near Irthlingborough this week. There is sure to be more treasures and artefacts waiting to be unearthed at the Nene Valley site.
This is a long-awaited archaeological investigation on land now owned by the Wildlife Trust, previously farmland. It was well known by locals for the pottery pieces that would be ploughed up.
Hearing the stories of finds, resident John Gray decided to start a community group. The purpose, to investigate the remains on the lower slopes of the valley close to Tannery Cottages. Initial digs found a stone carving, coins and an enclosure.
Read the full story HERE.