10th June 2005 at 01:00
Young archaeological detectives are invited to help solve a mystery dating back to AD230. The Young Archaeologists' Club is providing clues, including an aerial photograph, a cropmark plan, finds and an enigmatic historical document, that point to a mysterious archaeological site owned by the National Trust. The detectives - in categories eight to 12; 13-16; and schools and groups - will also create information for the site's interpretation boards. Closing date: August 31.

Tel: 01904 671417

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