We've almost finished writing up our report on the project - it's now in the final stages of editing and proof-reading. It's taken rather longer than we had anticipated due to a busy summer with other projects and committments, but we're getting there.
In the meantime we are offering guided tours of the site for the Festival of British Archaeology, a national annual event in which the public are invited to find out what's going on in their area, and to learn a little more about archaeology generally.
The Whitfield Tour walks will last about 2 hours and will be repeated at 10am and 2pm on Saturday 23rd, Sunday 24th, Saturday 30th, and Sunday 31st July. Walking boots will be needed although the terrain will; be easy to moderate, and the pace gentle. Unfortunately since part of the walk is on the moorside we cannot allow dogs.
Booking is essential - please phone 01756 798791, or email firstname.lastname@example.org or book online at www.uwhg.org.uk
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