Monday, 16 December 2013

Wyre Forest Stream-walking survey: an update on progress

Back in June we posted on the Wyre Forest stream-walking survey of the Dowles, Baveney and Lem Brooks within the Wyre Forest Landscape Partnership project area. The aim of this survey was to record archaeological evidence for structures, fords, relict stream channels or prehistoric burnt mounds. Volunteers have been busy since then and you can now check the progress that has been made by visiting the Wyre Forest Stream-walking blog.


Fallen tree on Dowles Brook tributary: Image courtesy of Carole Gammond and Jacqui Bradley


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