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The History and Archaeology of Cathedral Square

There is a newly published book about "The History and Archaeology of Cathedral Square Peterborough". It is written by Stephen Morris and brings together the investigation and monitoring work undertaken [...]

Study Days at Sutton Hoo

There are a series of study days at Sutton Hoo coming up. They are organised by Wuffing Education and cover a variety of archaeological and historical topics. The emphasis is [...]

Meet our Peterborough Ancestors

There's is a rare opportunity to find out more about our Peterborough ancestors. More particularly, about 130 people who were Peterborough residents between the 12th and 16th centuries and who [...]

FRAG Joins Jigsaw Cambridgeshire

In November 2017 FRAG made another step forward by affiliating to Jigsaw, a network of archaeology groups active across Cambridgeshire. Jigsaw started as a 5 year Heritage Lottery Funded project [...]

Metal Detector Training – 2017

It was cold but very sunny as we received our initial metal detector training session from Steve Critchley this morning. We then had a really enjoyable time searching a section [...]

Romans of Fane Road – 2017 Dig Diary

We are back digging the Romano-British villa site between Itter Crescent and Fane Road in Peterborough! This year we have just a few days to excavate more test pits on [...]

Devil’s Dyke – Guided Walk

Members of FRAG recently visited Devil’s Dyke near Newmarket. With David Crawford-White as our expert guide we not only gained a real feeling for its scale but learnt much about [...]

Durobrivae – Breaking News!

This month’s FRAG talk on Durobrivae delivered by Dr Stephen Upex was newsworthy, comprehensive, and fascinating. Durobrivae – News The walled Roman town at Durobrivae is an Historic England scheduled [...]

Torpel Manor Book Launch

Torpel Manor was the subject of a FRAG talk last year by Mike Clatworthy. Well, this afternoon, the Helpston team launched their book of the project. The Torpel Manor book [...]

Stonea Camp – Guided Walk

Several new members joined the FRAG tour of Stonea Camp and Stonea Grange led by David Crawford-White on Saturday 9th September. The lumps and bumps reveal little on their own [...]

Back to Nassington – 2017

It's not broadcast quality but for those involved in the Nassington excavation I hope this video brings back happy memories - and perhaps the inspiration to return next year....... Day [...]

Peterborough Cathedral Excavation

The Peterborough Cathedral excavation was a lottery funded community archaeology event organised in 2016 as part of the cathedral’s upcoming 900th anniversary celebrations. Many FRAG members participated in the [...]

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