Bringing Archaeology to the Community


Protected: Salvation Army Fieldwalking report

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Pottery Dating From Hadleigh Test Pitting 2015

In May 2015, under the direction of Dr Carenza Lewis for Access Cambridge Archaeology, 11 test pits were dug around Hadleigh seeking information about the development of the medieval village.


AGES AHA at the Hadleigh Crown 2015

Thanks to the continued support of Heritage Lottery funding, AGES AHA was able to extend this year’s project to a dig in the garden of the former Crown Inn. This followed an invitation from Castle Point Borough Council to research the site prior to the planned Hadleigh town centre redevelopment.


Community Dig at 2015 Hadleigh Fair at the Rectory

On Saturday, 27th June 2015, AGES Archaeological & Historical Association, thanks to the Heritage Lottery Fund, was able to run what might have been the first ever archaeological “community dig” in Hadleigh.


AGES AHA Bringing Archaeology to the Community

AGES Archaeological & Historical Association has received a Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) Sharing Heritage grant, it was announced today (1st October 2014). This exciting project, AGES AHA Bringing Archaeology to the Community, which will take place in and around Hadleigh and Thundersley and be led by AGES AHA, has been given £8,500 to take the story of recent local archaeological finds and their associated history to local residents by way of public meetings, a new pop up museum to use at local fairs and a series of talks to local groups.