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Cambridge University's outreach unit, Access Cambridge Archaeology have been guiding local students in atwo day dig at Old Clee.
Standing from left, Ormiston Maritime Academy pupils Leah Brambley and Shay Rafferty, with Alison Dickens, head of ACA and Cat Collins, archaeologist. Seated, OMA pupil Alicia Clarke, Emily Ryley ACA administrator and teacher Lisa Brittain.
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Date: 18 may 2017
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May 20, 2017

Archaeology Dig

Students have been getting a hands-on opportunity to uncover history in Old Clee, Grimsby – as part of a project funded by the University of Cambridge.

Twenty-nine Years 9 and 10 pupils from three schools, Ormiston Maritime Academy, Oasis Academy Wintringham and Caistor Yarborough Academy, are being guided by the university’s outreach unit, Access Cambridge Archaeology.

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