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Bexley Archaeological Group Training Excavation

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Martin Baker, Chairman of Bexley Archaeological Group sorting out some of our finds
Martin Baker, Chairman of Bexley Archaeological Group sorting out some of our finds (Credit: Clare Lodge)

Bexley Archaeological Group’s site is situated in Bexley, Kent. BAG has recently opened up a new site and it will be a great place for training students.

Our activities will be held over the course of the year and students will learn about geophysics, levelling, finds processing, archaeological illustrations, site drawing and excavating.  Talks will be given on health and safety, claypipes, pottery and finds processing.

There is no time-scale and we can arrange for activities to suit our members’ and students’ requirements. Students will be taught by members of BAG who have qualifications in archaeology and history.


Location: Bexley, Kent
Region: South East
Time period: Multi-period (Victorian – 1950s)
Accommodation provided: No
Level of experience required: None
Academic credit available: Yes
Age limit: 16+ (under 18 with parent’s consent)
Dates: Every Saturday, March-November
Cost: £16 annual membership
Contact name: Clare Lodge, Principal Field Officer, Bexley Archaeological Group
Contact telephone: 07811 312 333
Contact email: [email protected]
Website address: https://www.bag.org.uk/
Social media:
Facebook: /bexleyarc
Twitter: @BAGarchaeology
Instagram: @bagarchaeology

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