Community excavation at Sheffield farms

posted 4 Aug 2011, 15:40 by Paul Brayford
Amateur archaeologists who have joined a dig on the site of a Sheffield's Heeley City Farm have helped uncover what life was like in the area a century ago:

Whats lurking under our heels in Heeley?‎ from The Star

Meanwhile, at Whirlow Hall Farm artefacts dating back to the Mesolithic have been found:

Time team dig up the dirt: experts push back origins of farming in city’s history from Sheffield Telegraph

Volunteers unearth evidence of Iron Age settlement in Yorkshire city‎ from Yorkshire Post

Comments