Cheetham park produces great archaeology again!

The festival of archaeology in the Park on the 13th and 14th July was a run away success. There were impressive walls of Eastwood house and cellars appearing for the children to excavate. Geophysical evaluation by TAS in the last year following the support bytthe ‘Coop’ with funding was also evaluated by trenches. This discovered that the house had specific drainage, and there were suggestions that a the house may have had its own water feature called a Rhyl.

Surveys to level in the walls within the trenchs

Strong geophysical signal verified when excavated. Junction of cellars found and large support base possibly for a chimney or Stairwell.

Looking for a Linear geophysical anomalie

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