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April 13, 2017

The uses and functions of ponds within early landscapes in the East Midlands are addressed by a new paper.

Ponds are a neglected historic feature of the landscape. They vary in their dates of construction, many being related to the open fields of the pre-enclosure perio...

April 12, 2017

Just to the west of Peterborough lies the Roman town of Durobrivae. This town is one of the so-called ‘small towns’ of |Roman Britain and extended to 44 acres within the walled area. Until recently the only detail we had of the interior of the town was from air photogr...

April 12, 2017

The NVAT are one of several organisations who have joined together as part of the ‘Nenescape ‘ project in  bids to get funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund .The various bids cover a wide range of projects concerning heritage, wildlife and  environment, that are aimed...

April 3, 2017

As Peterborough Cathedral heads towards it 900th birthday – it has hit the national headlines because it is struggling financially. This is a common problem among English Cathedrals the BBC reported over the weekend. The Bishop of Peterborough has instructed a team inc...

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November 25, 2019

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