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We’re going to Somerset – Come along!

10 July, 2012

Next week, from the 16th to the 20th July, the Re-reading the British Memorial project team will be in Holcombe, Somerset, working with Wessex Archaeology, the Churches Conservation Trust, Somerset Archaeological and Natural History Society, Somerset County Council.

We will be supporting a series of activities taking place at St Andrew’s Church, Holcombe, Somerset, as part of the Festival of British Archaeology.

Over the course of the week, there will be a number of technology driven experience/training/demonstration sessions in archaeological survey (GNSS/TST), RTI, laser scanning, aerial survey (using UAVs), geophysics plus some great guest talks/lectures. Some of the events are bookable and early booking is advisable due to limited places.

We will be running RTI workshops at 1pm on each day. You can read more about our workshops, and access a booking form here:

We’re very excited to be working with such a cool project, and to be participating in the Festival of British Archaeology. Please do come along if you’re in the area, we’d love to see you there!

Further Info

See the Wessex Archaeology website for more information:

St Andrew’s church is located just off the Fosseway to the south of Midsomer Norton:

Some useful links relating to the event:

Festival of British Archaeology:  

Wessex Archaeology:

Churches Conservation Trust:

Somerset Archaeological and Natural History Society:

Somerset County Council Heritage and Libraries Service:

Archaeological Computing Research Group, University of Southampton:

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