CRICKLEY HILL REUNION 2009

CRICKLEY HILL REUNION 2009

Demonstrating the versatility of the barrow

Demonstrating the versatility of the barrow

Saturday, 4th July 2009 marks the 40th anniversary of the start of archaeological excavations at Crickley Hill, Gloucestershire. More than 3,000 volunteers from around the world worked on the site between 1969 and 1994 – 25 successive seasons of digging, directed throughout by Dr Philip Dixon, former Reader in Archaeology at the University of Nottingham. The Secretary to the excavation was Richard Savage.

There will be a reunion to mark the 40th anniversary and this blog has been created to allow the many people who worked at Crickley to find out about, plan and participate in the reunion.

Go to the excellent Blog here:   and if you are..  or know somebody, let them know, or get in touch yourself.

 

http://chreunion2009.blogspot.com/

 

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