Posted by: archaccess | January 12, 2015

Places still available for fieldwaking in Covehithe, Suffolk

There are still a small number of places available if you would like to learn about and take part on a fieldwalking event in Covehithe, north of Southwold in Suffolk. This will be run by the Heritage Lottery funded Touching the Tide landscape partnership project along with Access Cambridge Archaeology (ACA)

Volunteers are still needed for the Wednesday 21st January, the first of two days of fieldwalking in Covehithe (the 22nd is now fully booked).

If you would like to take part, it is not too late and places will be allocated on a first come first served basis. Please email touchingthetide@suffolk.gov.uk with your name, email address and phone number and then also send a cheque for £10 (payable to Suffolk County Council) and post it to:

Bill Jenman
Touching the Tide Project Manager
Suffolk Coast & Heaths AONB
Dock Lane, Melton, Woodbridge, Suffolk, IP12 1PE

For more information about the dig please click here. Volunteers of all ages are welcome to help out, as long as they can spare the time and it doesn’t matter if you haven’t fieldwalked before, so long as you have both the enthusiasm and tthe interest to be outside looking for finds in the middle of winter!

(Touching the Tide also state that unfortunately no place can be confirmed until a cheque is received).
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