Quern Stone Discoveries
A big thank you to local people that responded to our request for information about quern stone ‘finds’. We received a number of phone calls and went out to record and photograph the objects. The quern stone shown is possibly a fragment of a Roman quern stone found in... Read more
Medieval Day Exhibition
As part of Knaresborough Medieval Day on Saturday 22nd August, the group displayed work related to the Scotton Heritage Project. Lots of interest was generated and 100 or more people enjoyed the displays and ‘finds’ cabinet exhibits. Many of the children were particularly interested in Guy Fawkes at Scotton.... Read more
When did people first live in Scotton?
A young girl in 1970 found a neolithic flint arrowhead in the entrance to Scotton caves. Read more
Training Exercise
A Training Exercise On Thursday 16 April we undertook a training exercise in landscape archaeology.  A small team of enthusiasts gathered in a field behind Poplar Farm All the fields within our study area are numbered and this one is Field 71.   The photograph above shows Kevin Cale... Read more