The first week of an archaeological dig which hopes to uncover more about Brighton’s first residents from the Neolithic era will be rounded off with an open day tomorrow.
Volunteers at Dig Whitehawk have already completed the first trench, and started two more. While there haven’t been any standout finds yet, the dig has uncovered promising “indeterminate features”.
Listen to project manager for Archaeology South East Jon Sygrave explain more:
You can find out more at the open day from 11am to 5pm tomorrow. Visitors will be able to explore Brighton’s Stone Age past through activities, demonstrations, displays and walks.
They will also be able to view the community excavation and find out what the team of volunteers has found, take tours of the site and find out how the project team plans to improve the condition of the monument.
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