We are visiting Durringon Walls en-route to Stonehenge.
Some answers, but a lot more questions.
Our penultimate digging day has been the busiest yet for visitors.
We’ve had large specialist groups of visitors as well as individuals visiting today – some people were just passing and stopped to see what all the fuss was about, while others heard about the dig on social media. Everyone was keen to get a look in the trench and hear about the discoveries from the experts.
More than one parent has commented that they are delighted that their children have been allowed inside the fencing to see what we’re doing. It’s been a real pleasure to see children watching, asking questions and totally engaged – future archaeologists in the making?
Visitors have also offered plenty of theories of their own about Durrington Walls and it’s been a delightful experience chatting to everyone and listening to their ideas about what they think Durrington…
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