WOODLAND ARCHAEOLOGY - Training Workshops with John Morris
Features found in Pigotts Wood include sawpits, charcoal hearths, lynchets, boundary banks, iron bloomery, stone and chalk quarries. Documentary evidence for this ancient wood goes back to the 16th century.
This popular one day course will include an illustrated talk, old maps, a guided woodland visit to see the many features found in Pigotts Wood, and a chance to explore the wood in groups.
Please bring:- Strong footwear and warm/wet weather clothing & Packed lunch (tea & coffee provided)
Venue: Pigotts Wood, North Dean, Bucks (about 4 miles north of High Wycombe, on the road to Speen from Hughenden Valley).
Grid ref SU 853990, post code HP14 4NF
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