Invite to dig deeper in Pendle in community archaeological project

An invitation to take part in practical archaeology research around one of Lancashire’s best known landmarks has been offered by the Pendle Hill Partnership.

Tuesday, 23rd June 2020, 7:00 am
Volunteers and archaeology students pictured working on a previous archaeology project

Once Covid-19 restrictions are lifted the Partnership says it will be working with the local Pendle Archaeology Group (PAG) to advance research and give people the opportunity to discover more about archaeology.

The Group plans to investigate the state of the Roman Road as it runs through the Pendle area and hopes to create a community test pit project in a local village.

Meanwhile the Partnership suggests those interested in building their archaeology knowledge seek online training such as the six week free Dig Ventures’ course ‘How to Do Archaeology’.

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To find out more about community archaeology within the Pendle Hill Landscape Partnership see or email [email protected] for more information about the Pendle Archaeology Group.

* The Pendle Hill Landscape Partnership is being supported by the National Lottery Heritage Fund to deliver its community archaeology project, with the help of Northern Archaeological Associates. The Partnership's work forms part of the Forest of Bowland's AONB (Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty) remit. The Partnership says its aims are to restore, enhance and conserve the heritage and landscape of Pendle Hill, reconnect people with their past and their landscape, bring the two sides of the hill together and create a sustainable future for the environment, heritage and for visitors