Must Farm dig director to hold free talk at Kings Dyke Nature Reserve

Must Farm archaeologist to give free talk on findings. Mark Knight, Cambridge Archaeological Unit’s

Must Farm archaeologist to give free talk on findings. Mark Knight, Cambridge Archaeological Unit’s Project Director - Credit: Archant

The lead archaeologist at an ongoing dig in Whittlesey will host a free talk next week at Kings Dyke Nature Reserve.

The dig, based at Forterra’s Must Farm, has unearthed the remains of a Bronze Age community buried for 3,000 years. It was dubbed “Britain’s Pompeii” when it was discovered earlier this year.

Mark Knight, director of the Must Farm dig, will lead the talk on Tuesday May 31 from 7pm.

To book your free tickets for the archaeology talk and other events at Kings Dyke Nature Reserve, call 01553 630842 or email philipparkerassociates@btconnect.com

For more information visit www.forterra.co.uk


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