From time to time, WAG members and professionals will produce reports for everyone to read. Here we have a page with links to our reports. Click the pictures for the full report.
Sid's Aircraft Crash Report
2007-02-26 by Sid Deaton
WAG set out on a field walk on a wet February morning following a fascinating story that unfolded on the forum about an aircraft crash in a field near Branston.

Matt’s foreshore report
2006-03-18 by Matt Vickers
... we thought that whilst the river levels are being kept low by the Environment Agency, that it would be a good time to go back and carry out a relatively thorough walkover survey of the Witham foreshore.

Jim Rylatt’s report on the Flint axe head and discoidal knife
2005-10-13 by Jim Rylatt
This report relates to a polished flint axe and a discoidal knife that were discovered c. 1975, on land belonging to Pear Tree Farm (vicinity of TF 0382 7088).

Auger survey report
2005-09-19 by Alex Loven
WAG has recently begun to take part in the auger survey of the Washingborough side of the Witham Valley. We are about half way through the survey and have learnt a great deal about the landscape from James Rackham, Jo Hambly and of course the auger.

Flag Fen flint knapping workshop
2007-02-10 by Alex Loven
Alex, Matt and Chris recently took a trip down to Flag Fen to attend a one day flint knapping workshop. Here’s the report.

Walkover survey report
2005-06-16 by Alex Loven
The walkover survey took us from the end of Lincoln Road (near the railway bridge) to just east of the Pumping Station just off Cowpaddle Lane near Washingborough.

Our TV appearances, Time Team and Britain AD
2003-11-01 by Matt Vickers, Pauline Loven, Jo Turner and Nick Loven
Early September 2003, Washingborough Archaeology Group took part in a number of field walking exercises for Channel 4’s ‘Time Team’. Below are some of the WAG members photographs and experiences...

Finds from fieldwalking and excavations
2003-2007 by Various
An ongoing project to offer a little more detail about the finds produced during our fieldwalking and from excavations, this is open for anyone to contribute to. Feel free to comment, add information, photographs and so on.

Taking Part
If you have anything archaeology/history related that you’d like to add, then please feel free to send in a report in text or word format, you can include photographs to my e-mail address and I will put your report up. If you have anything you’d like to discuss in regards to the reports, head on into our forum and post away.

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