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Dog burial uncovered as archaeologists dig deep to uncover more about Spalding's past




Archaeologists are hoping to learn more about the area’s Roman and medieval past as they begin excavation work as part of the Spalding Western Relief Road construction.

The team has uncovered a dog burial, evidence of salt making along with some pottery during the early stages of a 16-week excavation project at a site off Spalding Road in Pinchbeck.

Lincolnshire County Council and South Holland District Council are working on the plans to create the 6.5km road to link the A1175 and A16 to the south and east of Spalding, to the B1356 to the north, via the B1172 Spalding Common.



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