News update March 2021
The CLASP Trustees met on 1st March.
100 Club winners notification.
The lottery winners for February and March 2021 have been declared. Many congratulations to Mr Dave Hayward for his February win and to Mr David O’Neil for March.
- The CLASP Facebook Group now has over 100 members, with interesting posts added every day – join the Group to be able to post and comment
- CLASP Membership extended to 16/17 year olds
- REPORT: The 2019 dig at the Whitehall Farm Anglo-Saxon Cemetery
CLASP brings local archaeology enthusiasts together to investigate their local past.
Our members, all volunteers, are technically led by our professionally qualified Archaeological Director, himself a volunteer. Members are encouraged and enabled to learn skills for themselves, both formally and ‘in the field’, to become confident and self-sufficient in all aspects of archaeological investigation.
CLASP also provides talks and lectures as part of its commitment to encouraging local communities to ‘own’ their archaeological heritage.
- You can find out more about CLASP by excavating this website using the links at the top of the page.
- News and new website features are signalled as “Posts” which you see listed in the column on the right.
The Reports & Submissions section of this website includes:
- CLASP case-studies
- CLASP reports on projects and activities
- CLASP geophysical survey reports
- CLASP technical guidance documents
- CLASP submissions to planning enquiries
To enter the Members’ Area, or to read “Protected” posts, you will need to be a CLASP Individual Member, and to use the password shown on your current CLASP membership card.
CLASP Conference 2016 online
Watch the videos of the proceedings (on Vimeo): nine talks plus the welcome and panel discussion.
Archaeology – Back To Our Roots
This illustrated account of the Whitehall Farm Roman Villa excavation was published in the spring 2018 edition of Gridline, a publication for National Grid’s grantors and landowners.