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THE

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DIG

An exciting dig at -

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MARCH

Crawley in
Hampshire

To be arranged

2024

2024

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CRAWLEY in HAMPSHIRE

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The Dig

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Crawley

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LOCAL HISTORY

HISTORY

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DIG TIMES

Start time : 9.30am

End time : Dusk

It is important that you do not arrive earlier than 8.30am as we will be busy putting out direction signs.

Gate locked at 5pm so please park outside to continue

DIRECTIONS

POST CODE

SO21 2PL

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Head for the duck pond in Crawley village in Hampshire. Follow the finger post sign to Kings Somborne and Stockbridge. Our signs are the next unnamed lane on the left before you reach Stockbride Road. Parking is on hard standing around the green barn and suitable for all vehicles.

INFORMATION

DIG FEE

MEMBERS £21
GUESTS £23

UNDER 16s 1/2 PRICE

UNDER 12s FREE

NON-DETECTOR USERS FREE

PARKING

On hard standing or on firm ground and suitable for all vehicles

toilets

We put up a wind break for the ladies but only for no.1's - please do not use the woods. The nearest loo is Tesco, Winnall, SO23 7SL

AERIAL PHOTOGRAPHS

The latest Google Earth imagery for you on this section.

Your fields are mainly shown on the aerial photo on the left. Sometimes the view is only approximate though but is near enough for you to do your research.

OTHER SOURCES

STREET MAPS

To help you plan your journey.

OUR DIG SIGNS

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The Weekend Wanderers dig signs are designed to be highly visible against the foliage backdrop. FIELD ENTRANCE signs are placed at the entrance with signs further down the road to give you plenty of notice that your turning is near.

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Pete's Bees

Local honey for sale at the dig produced from Pete's apiaries in North Hampshire

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