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“We have about 160+ acres of ploughed, cultivated, drilled and rolled available near Lichfield“. Its a cracking site that has turned up a lot of stuff from Bronze Age, lots of Roman to Medieval.”

So who benefits? Well, the attendees. But not the heritage because the true location has only just been revealed – to the attendees. “Details have been emailed out.”

Not to the stakeholders, taxpayers or archaeologists they haven’t. Why? Could it be that archaeologists know it is “a cracking site” on which random prospecting would be highly damaging?

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