A little more on the Digging for Grace week

It seems that the Digging for Grace week at the Grace Darling Museum was a definite success, with many members of the public visiting the exhibition that included a display based on our recent work a Bradford Kaims.

The display included a number of finds, such as examples of Carinated Bowl pottery and some of the flint artefacts as well as images of the timber platform and the paddle.

The children who visited the site were asked to draw what they thought the timber platform may have looked like and what it could have been used for. The examples below are just a small fraction of their responses.

Some of the ideas where pretty close to our own.

Some of the ideas are pretty close to our own.

We had thought of fishing playing its part, and will have to see what comes out of our environmental samples.

We had thought of fishing playing its part. We will have to see what comes out of our environmental samples.

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Being at the Grace Darling Museum we also got some splendid drawings of light houses.

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