We hope Naseby dig draws a blank, say archaeologists

1 January 2010

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Work has started to excavate trenches on land where a key Civil War battle was fought.

But surprisingly, archaeologists are hoping not to find anything from the dig – because if they do, plans for a £3m visitor centre could be scuppered.

If valuable remains are found on the land next to the site of the Battle of Naseby, near Market Harborough, then historians may have to rethink plans to build the visitor centre there.

Read the full article on the Leicester Mercury website.


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