There are may fieldwork projects being undertaken as part of the Sherwood Forest Archaeology Project including excavation, test pitting, geophysical survey, field walking, topographic survey and walkover survey…
Please click on the links on the left hand side.
Or please click on the Mercian ‘projects’ button above to find out more and to get involved.
Sherwood Forest Archaeology Projects are identified by the Project logo:
Fieldwork projects to date include:
The Vikings of Sherwood: Investigating the Assembly Site of Thynghowe 2015-16
Archaeological training Field School, King John’s Palace 2015
Discover King John’s Palace - Test Pitting Project.
Ground Penetrating Radar Survey at King John’s Palace Phase 1, 2015
Thynghowe ‘Court Circle’ Magnetometer Survey 2015
Birklands Wood (NNR) LiDAR Ground-truthing survey
Robin Hood’s Village Dig Phase 2, 2014
St. Edwin’s Chapel Fieldwalking 2014
St. Edwin’s Chapel Geophysical Magnetic Survey 2014
Archaeological training Field School, King John’s Palace 2014
Geophysical Magnetic Survey at King John’s Palace 2014
Robin Hood’s Village Dig Phase 1, 2014
King John’s Palace test pits, mapping, landscape analysis, topographic survey
Kings Clipstone Historic Building Recording 2013
Kings Clipstone Village Project 2013
The Future of Sherwood’s Past
Community Archaeology Nottinghamshire, Community Archaeology Derbyshire, Community Archaeology Leicestershire, Community Archaeology East Midlands, Mercian Archaeological Services Community Archaeology for Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire, Sherwood Forest, Leicestershire and the East Midlands. Community Archaeology Nottinghamshire, Community Archaeology East Midlands, Community Archaeology Leicestershire. Archaeological
Sherwood Forest Archaeology Project Fieldwork
Award Winners 2016
for "Engaging people in the heritage, history & archaeology of Sherwood Forest".