Author: SHARP, Neil Faulkner, Gary Rossin, Keith Robinson
From the publisher's blurb: The Sedgeford Historical and Archaeological Project, SHARP, undertook its first dig in the Norfolk village in 1996. Every year since, a team of volunteer archaeologists has camped in a field to continue exploring. Digging Sedgeford – A people’s archaeology is the story of the dig so far. Written by a SHARP editorial team and incorporating the research of the many hundreds of archaeologists, historians and other specialists who have worked on the site, it draws together many strands of information to tell the story of the village over the last 5,000 years. With 256 pages and colour throughout, with many photographs, drawings and maps, it is a publication for all those interested in Norfolk’s heritage.
Publisher: Poppyland Publishing