The Future of Sherwood’s Past
The Sherwood Forest Archaeology Project in the Media
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Mercian Archaeological Services CIC
Community Archaeology in the East Midlands,
Community Archaeology Nottinghamshire, Excavation, Research, Volunteering, Community
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Topographic Survey, Talks and Presentations, Outreach, Archaeology Projects , Open
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and History of Sherwood Forest, Pottery Research, Medieval, Roman, Prehistoric, Community
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Award Winners 2016
for "Engaging people in the heritage, history & archaeology of Sherwood Forest".
Official Sherwood Forest Archaeology Project T-Shirt for just £9.99 +p&p
Official Sherwood Forest Archaeology Project Coffee Mug for just £8.50 +p&p
World-wide Robin Hood Society
Mercian Archaeological Services CIC and our work at King John’s Palace in the Sept-Oct 2016 edition of the Archaeology Magazine- Official Publication of the Archaeological Institute of America.
Royal Sherwood: A long-overlooked site, the excesses of English royalty, and the origin of a legend
Walking Through History with Tony Robinson- Channel 4.
King John’s Ruin: In Sherwood Forest and the Peak District, Tony Robinson explores the story of King John, the hapless monarch who stumbled from one crisis to another…
Mercian’s Andy Gaunt is interviewed at King John’s Palace (above) having acted as consultant to the show.
Project page links:
Project Home page
About the Project
Funding the Project
Project Partner Organisations
Robin Hood Challenges
Bus Tours - Outreach
King John’s Palace
Robin Hood’s Village
Battle of Hatfield
St Edwin’s Chapel
Clipstone Village Dig
Medieval Sherwood Map
About Sherwood Forest
Why Sherwood Forest?
Boundaries of Sherwood
Landscape of Sherwood
Outlaws & Villains
Stories from the Forest
Picture: Andy Gaunt on Walking Through History, Channel Four Television at the Parliament Oak, Sherwood Forest
Picture: Andy Gaunt and Tony Robinsonon Walking Through History, Channel Four Television
Experience Nottinghamshire Blog on the Robin Hood’s Village Dig:
Robin Hood’s Village Dig on NottsTV
The Sherwood Forest Archaeology Project in Current Archaeology Magazine February 2014:
Hunting King John's Palace in Sherwood Forest... covering some of our work for the Sherwood Forest Archaeology Project.
Page 11 Issue 287.
The Sherwood Forest Archaeology Project in the Chad Newspaper: Unearthing Mansfield’s secret past
The Sherwood Forest Archaeology Project in Heritage Daily Magazine:
Archaeologists further knowledge of Palace in Sherwood Forest
Russia coverage of Мерсийской археологической службы ( Mercian Archaeological Services CIC's ) work at King John's Palace:http://polit.ru/article/2013/11/16/ps_hood/