On Friday 24 March 2017, project archaeologist George Anelay will be leading a FREE regional walk in the village of Eartham, in West Sussex.
The route will begin at the car park on the Selhurst park road (shown with an arrow on the map above) and the route will also finish here. The walk will start at 10am and be around seven miles in total, but with regular stops. You will need to bring a packed lunch and drinks. Along the route there will be no public toilets, so please bear this in mind. The walk will finish at around 4pm.
Along the walk you will be looking at: the site of a medieval hunting lodge; prehistoric lynchets; the find spot of some Bronze Age gold objects; a Roman road; the site of four Iron Age/Romano-British settlements; the site of a Roman villa and its cemetery; and a WWII auxiliary unit base.
Dogs can be brought along, provided they are kept under close control. Please also bear in mind that the walk is seven miles long, so take this into consideration when booking. Booking is essential as there are a limited amount of spaces for the walk.
For more information about the regional walk or to book your place, please contact Rosalind Norrell 01730 262601 or email@example.com