Quoting Karl-James Langford <[log in to unmask]>:
> Great day was had by all at an event held as part of National
> Day. 10 youngsters as part of a team of volunteers worked under my
> direction at a post-medieval site near St. Brides Major, Bridgend on
> It was great to see that there are still a number of youngsters
> in becoming our next generation of archaeologists
As I mentioned in a previous post, I had the same experience at Fort
Cumberland - although we must not lose sight of the fact that N.A.D's are aimed
primarily at children.
> I hope we see British Archaeology building on this years successes. If
> don't what a lost opportunity that will surely be!
> P.S. Why is it on this occasion and throughout the year most of my new
> volunteers are overwhelmingly female? Is this to be found the case
Certainly on my degree course at Southampton - about 80% are girls... Ahh that
I were 30 years younger!!!! (And single...) (And 4 stone lighter.... The list
A Bad Days Diving Beats A Good Days Studying!
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