Help Wessex win ‘Rescue Project of the Year’

Archaeological work – being carried out by Wessex Archaeology – as part of the Bath Abbey Footprint Project – has been nominated for an award and we can all help those involved get it!

Bruce Eaton – who is Project Director for the work under the floor of Bath’s parish church – writes to say:

‘We are pleased to announce that this fascinating project has been nominated for the Current Archaeology Awards 2020 in the Rescue Project of the Year category. We would very much appreciate it if you could share the link below with your members and support the hard work of our project team by voting for us.

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Images taken from Wessex Archaeology website

The voting link is;

https://www.archaeology.co.uk/awards/rescue-project-of-the-year-2020.htm

You can click through from there to read our cover story from Current Archaeology 348 Underneath the Abbey: uncovering more than 1,000 years of religious life in Bath which was published in February this year.

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Images taken from Wessex Archaeology website.

You can also follow our progress at Bath Abbey via our project blog https://www.wessexarch.co.uk/our-work/bath-abbey-footprint-project or via our various social media channels;

https://www.facebook.com/wessexarch/

https://twitter.com/wessexwest

https://twitter.com/wessexarch

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0f9WxKxokIeXvG5XcvhEmA

Thank you in advance for your support.’