IF you fancy excavating a Romano-British salt making site, you’re in luck.
The Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust has commissioned Archaeological Project Services to organise a community archaeological excavation at Willow Tree Fen, the new reserve on the Tongue End to Pode Hole road.
Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust say a previous archaeological excavation revealed salterns at Willow Tree Fen – areas used to evaporate sea water to make salt.
You can find out about the site at open days this Saturday and Sunday or next Saturday (October 1) (10am to 4pm) or join digs from 9am to noon and 12.30pm to 3.30pm on the same days plus Tuesday, September 27 for the rest of the week. Booking is essential on 01529 461618.