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Archaeological fieldwork throughout Leicestershire

Leicestershire

Excavation News Leicestershire

University of Leicester Archaeological Services (ULAS) have, as usual, been the most prolific archaeological contractor locally. At Seagrave, in advance of Leicester City’s new training ground, two areas have been excavated. In one, a large rectangular enclosure has been completely stripped. The ditches had been recut and it incorporated two smaller circular enclosures while pit alignments were revealed. The […]

Peter Liddle’s Lectures

Peter Liddle MBE, former County Archaeologist, regularly runs short 6 week courses around the County on archaeology in Leicestershire and Rutland.  If you have a group or venue that would like to run these courses please contact Peter as below. The courses cost £30 per person for the series or £6 per person for individual lectures […]

Fieldworker Training

Fieldworker training is held each year in September/early October at the University of Leicester and out in the field.  It is also possible to join local groups who are already walking or excavating as they will provide training.  Groups who are currently active include Hallaton, Hinckley, Oakham, Croxton Kerrial (FLAG), Lutterworth, Oadby and Wigston. See […]