Made an archaeological discovery recently whilst gardening and unsure what you have found?
Take your discovery to Brandon Country Park on Wednesday July 27 and get it checked out by Suffolk County Council’s Archaeological Service between 10am and 3pm.
Experts will be there to identify your findings and may be able to tell you the history behind your mysterious object.
Your discovery might even help archaeologists to understand the history of the area.
Richard Hoggett, SCC’s senior Archaeological Officer, said: “We are particularly interested in coins, pottery, worked flint and metalwork. Although we are unable to identify fossils was we will also be able to point you in right direction to get them identified. If it looks like it is man-made though, bring it along.”
There will an archeological presentation and an opportunity to handle a wide selection of artefacts found in the county.
The day is part of an archeological programme by the Breaking New Ground Landscape Partnership Scheme, supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund.
For more information visit www.breakingnewground.org.uk