Day Sixteen

Rain in the morning gave a miserable start to the day, but this soon brightened up into a bright but cool day. Most of the work took place on the Eastern half of the site, exploring post holes in the North, and a field boundary in the south.

In the center of the ring ditch work continued on excavating a wide pit-like feature, eventually revealing a possible pit beneath this to be excavated tomorrow. The large pit just to the east of the ring ditch was finished today, and work continues in the Bronze/ Iron Age pits in the North of the site, the excavator of these giving an explanatory talk in the late afternoon.

The Hub saw its busiest day so far with 45 visitors coming in over the course of the day.

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