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News Green Woman Sculpture To Secretly Inhabit Woods In NorfolkThe Woodland Trust has commissioned a traditional Green Woman sculpture to go in an undisclosed location in Tyrrels Woods, near Pulham in Norfolk.23 November 2007
News Into The Bronze Age UnderworldA new book about the mysterious Seahenge site in Norfolk has just been written by Dr Francis Pryor, President of the Council for British Archaeology. Over the next few weeks we will be publishing an extended interview with Pryor and his wife, fellow archaeologist Maisie Taylor. Taylor and Pryor, both hugely respected figures in the study of wetland archaeology, have been closely involved with the controversial project to excavate Seahenge and move it inland for conservation and possible display. In a series of in-depth interviews by Anra Kennedy we hear new theories about the puzzling site, what was found when Seahenge was excavated and worries about the future of the delicate timbers.26 May 2001
Reminiscence Norwich 1950s: The Coal RoundRaymond E. Aldous used our Storymaker program to tell us about the old days in the city when as a boy he had a coal round and was the best paid lad in the street!15 October 2004
News Seahenge Scanning CompletedEnglish Heritage release 3d scans of Seahenge: the gamble to dig up the site may have paid off.09 January 2002