The Sherwood Forest Archaeology Project will be returning to Clipstone to dig more test pit in the village in the very near future, as there is fantastic community support for the project, and a desire for more work.
The Project is in the process of raising the money required for phase 2.
The next phase will be looking for the original “Clippa’s Tun”, and will also investigate the wider landscape of the settlement.
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Clipstone Village Dig
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