Great opportunity to see what treasure you may have dug up in your garden!

Collection Development Officer Dr Alison Brookes will be available at the Corinium Museum on Wednesday 17 July (2.30 pm - 3.30 pm) and Wednesday 24 July (10.30 am - 1130 am) to identify any archaeological items you may have found

Have you found an artefact that looks rather interesting whilst digging in your garden or on a local walk? This whole region is rich in archaeogical treasures and now is your chance to see whether you have made an exciting discovery.

As part of the Festival of British Archaeology, Collection Development Officer Dr Alison Brookes will be available at the Corinium Museum on Wednesday 17 July (2.30 pm - 3.30 pm) and Wednesday 24 July (10.30 am - 1130 am) to identify any archaeological items you may have found (no geological items please). Both events are free.

The museum is also offering people the chance to tweet them a picture of archaeological finds which they will pass on to Alison for identification.

Posted: 16/07/2013 09:08:41

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