Tynedale North of the Wall Archaeology Group Reports


2018


Greyside Farm

Level 1 Landscape Survey Report

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Between February 24th and February 26th 2018, nine members of our community archaeology group undertook a Level 1, 'walkover', landscape survey of parts of Rattenraw Farm. The survey was scheduled to run for a week with 16 volunteers due to participate, but the arrival of heavy snow brought by ‘the Beast from the East’ curtailed our original plans.

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Rattenraw

Level 1 Landscape Survey Report

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Between February 11th and February 16th 2018, 14 members of our communuity archaeology group Undertook a Level 1 'walkover' landscape survey of a large field on Greyside Farm norht of Newbrough. The field surveyed is adjacent to parts of Carr Edge Farm on which we had conducted a similar Level 1 survey in February 2017.

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2017


Beyond The Wall: Edges Green

Community Archaeology Survey Report

Final Report on surveys conducted on Edges Green and Cleughfoot Farms April-October 2016.

Published May 2017.

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Between April and October 2016 members of Tynedale North of the Wall Archaeology Group carried out a series of landscape surveys on Edges Green and Cleughfoot farms, north of Cawfields Gap, Northumberland, as part of their ‘Beyond the Wall: Edges Green’ Project. This was funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund and Northumberland National Park.

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Tynedale Rock Art Project

Part of the Beyond The Wall: Edges Green Project

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As part of our 2016-2017 Beyond the Wall : Edges Green Project, supported by funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund and Northumberland National Park Authority, Tynedale North of the Wall Archaeology Group organised a programme of volunteer visits to selected rock art sites in Tynedale to record various aspects of the decorated stones and their contexts.

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Beyond The Wall: Edges Green

Archive Research Group Report

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The Tynedale Archaeology Group has been conducting a long-term study of the archaeology immediatley north of Hadrian's Wall. This desk based study forms part of the final outputs of the Edges Green study as a stand alone element and seeks to provide a broad historical and archaeological background that helped shape the Edges Green Environment over the last 10,000 years

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2016


Beyond The Wall: Edges Green

Level 1 Walkover Survey July 2016

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This year, Tynedale North of the Wall Archaeology Group (NOWTAG) is undertaking the first in what we hope will be an exciting an innovative series of projects, entitled “Beyond The Wall”. This year the focus is on the Edges Green area near Cawfields, hence our project name: “Beyond The Wall: Edges Green”.

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Beyond The Wall: Edges Green

Initial Feedback on Cleughfoot Level 3 Survey Oct 2016

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24 hardy volunteers braved some challenging weather conditions to take part in the Level 3 detailed measurement survey on Cleughfoot Farm. Despite some difficult conditions, together we managed to complete all of the objectives that we had set for the survey.

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2015


Davy's Lee Enclosure Summary Report

Level 1 Survey March 2015


Davy's Lee

Over the course of 4 days 12 members conducted a Level 1 walkover landscape survey in the vicinity of Davy’s Lee Enclosure on Sewingshields Farm. This report summarises what we consider to be the more significant findings.

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2014



Landscape Survey North of Sewingshields Craggs

Initial Summary 18th– 22nd March 2014


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The Level 3 survey was carried out by volunteers from the Tynedale Archaeology Group led by Peter Schofield of Oxford Archaeology North, and Krissy Moore, the NNPA Community Archaeologist, as part of the Altogether Archaeology “North of the Wall” survey module.

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2013


Standingstone Rigg Stone Row

Volunteers Survey 2013


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Standingstone Rigg Stone Row

Volunteers Survey 2013

On the weekend of August 31st – September1st 2013 Northumberland National Park and the Altogether Archaeology Project organised a professionally led volunteer survey at the site of a stone row alignment, a type of feature usually regarded as Neolithic.

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Prehistoric Landscape of Tynedale

North of the Wall


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For many people local archaeology and history is focused around Hadrian’s Wall, understandably a magnet for visitors from all over the world. The old version of history depicting the Romans bringing civilisation to northern British savages has not entirely disappeared from the popular view.

The Wall is often still regarded as having been the dividing line protecting civilisation from the untameable barbarians to the north.

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