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Come and undertake Fieldwalking Survey at one of the most important medieval sites in Sherwood Forest.

You can book by the day £25 per day

This is a real hands-on practical learning experience where you will undertake the survey yourself of this important archaeological and historic site.

Dates for 2019 to be announced


St Edwin's Chapel in Sherwood Forest

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Fieldwalking at St Edwin’s Chapel
Dates for 2019 TBC
Price: £25




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Fieldwalking at St Edwin’s Chapel
Dates for 2019 TBC
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Fieldwalking at St Edwin’s Chapel
Dates for 2019 TBC
Price: £25




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Fieldwalking at St Edwin’s Chapel
Dates for 2019 TBC
Price: £25



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Fieldwalking at St Edwin’s Chapel
Dates for 2019 TBC
Price: £25



Survey the site of the legendary St Edwin’s Chapel… Resting place of a saint, or romantic medieval parkland chapel?

Help investigate if this site commemorates the place where Edwin's body lay after his death, or if is a medieval chapel founded as part of the designed Arthurian parkland hunting landscape of the medieval palace of Clipstone, founded by King John. Is it a Saint’s resting place or is it part of a later cult of Edwin, set in a designed landscape?


Survey the site of the chapel, and the surrounding area for Medieval, Saxon and even Roman occupation…

King Edwin, the first Christian King of Northumbria was killed in the year 633AD at the Battle of Hatfield somewhere in the area that later became Sherwood Forest, Nottinghamshire,.

St Edwin’s Chapel


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