Archaeology Exhibition

All are welcome to an exhibition of Community Archaeology Projects Featuring research by University Of Sheffield Archaeology Students in collaboration with Community Groups.

At The Diamond – Workroom 1 University of Sheffield, 32 Leavygreave Rd, Sheffield S3 7RD

11th May 2016 10am-1pm

Contact: Dr. Katherine Fennelly Tel: 0114 222 2930

Offering or Ornament? An investigation into Shirecliffe Hall.

Working in collaboration with the Friends of Parkwood Springs, the archaeologists carried out geophysical survey to establish the position and size of Shirecliffe Hall and gardens.

Parkwood Springs Community Archaeology Project

The archaeologists are working alongside the Parkwood Springs Residents Group to investigate the history of the demolished Parkwood Springs village. The focus of investigation is a 19thcentury railway bridge which served as the primary road access route to the village.

The Engine House Enigma Archaeology Project

This archaeological project is based at the 19th-century cemetery at Burngreave, working with the Friends of Burngreave Cemetery. This investigation focused on locating the remains of the mining industry in the area, specifically an Engine House.

For more information see,

Archaeology Exhibition
10:00am to 1:00pm Wednesday 11 May 2016

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