The results of all of our archaeological investigations are available but those of recent practical archaeology has been summarised on pages within this website, just follow the links below via the words underlined in italics, for more detailed information.
Flints & Flint Tools
The society has a large collection of microliths (small flint tools) of National Importance collected by members. Only recently, a flint spear point was discovered whilst members were enjoying a walk.
The flints pictured are displayed within the History Centre and form a very small element of the Society’s collection, one of the finest of its type in the UK. So important that it has been studied on a number occasions by experts at Oxford University. If you wish more information on the collection or would like to view it then please contact us on email@example.com
|Todmorden Rd Turnpike|
|Map of Coal Mines and Brickworks|
|Starring Clay and Coal Mine|
|E Shackleton - Coal trader|
|Blackstone Edge Roman Road|
|Roll of Honour|