BHOD 13 - Rocky Clump Excavations


Description - Over HODs 2013, the Brighton and Hove Archaeological Society are conducting an archaeological excavation in Stanmer, near Brighton. The dig is uncovering the interior of an Iron Age or early Roman enclosure. The enclosure ditches measure 2 metres wide and almost 2 metres in depth. Finds have included numerous sherds of Iron Age and Roman pottery, copious amounts of animal bones, a silver finger ring and La Tene brooch. One of the recent finds was a baby burial. Why not sign up for our special HODs guided tour of the site!

Location - Address: Meet at the Upper Lodge car park, Ditchling Road, Stanmer
Timing - Saturday 14 September: 1400
Restrictions - Max - 20  people. Free activity but to assist us meet expectations, please pre-book this event. Booking closes: 13 September 2013 at 18:00 hrs
Access - The excavation is on a Stanmer Farm Access field and is unsuitable for those with walking difficulties or for wheelchairs.