The End of the Pathways to the Past Project – a grand finale

What an absolutely super weekend we have all had! The weather was kind and there has been lots of fun for everyone. For many, the highlight was the encampment of Anglo-Saxon re-enactors on Tayne Field. Not only did we have two local groups, Ost Centingas and Haestingas, putting on a excellent joint show, but we … Continue reading The End of the Pathways to the Past Project – a grand finale

Lyminge is one of Britain’s Pilgrimage Places

Earlier this month, the British Pilgrimage Trust published a new book designed to highlight the great number of historic and often beautiful pilgrimage sites that still exist across Britain today.  Many of these are linked by paths that are becoming increasingly popular as walking routes, used by people in search of wonderful walking regardless of … Continue reading Lyminge is one of Britain’s Pilgrimage Places

So what are we hoping to find when we dig in the church yard?

We are delighted to report that Lyminge a history Part 10 is now published and there are two articles within it relating to the church.  On the cover is an extract from Canon Jenkins's own field notes showing an early sketch of what he found and what we believe to be an early Anglo-Saxon church, … Continue reading So what are we hoping to find when we dig in the church yard?

Report from Historic England

We're delighted say that we have received a report from Historic England in connection with our project.  Historic England is the body responsible for protecting the national heritage, and will provide advice and comment where archaeology is planned on sites of special significance. The remains at Lyminge are regarded as being of outstanding significance.  Historic … Continue reading Report from Historic England