Working with both the National Trust team at Hindhead and Liss Archaeology, this two-day course will provide training in walkover survey and metal-detecting whilst undertaking an initial component of an on-going research project at Gibbet Hill, the Devil’s Punchbowl, Hindhead to locate the site of the former RAF tower masts, one of which was sadly responsible for the crash of the US Air Force Curtis 46D in June 1945.
The survey course is scheduled to take place over two days (Monday 11 and Tuesday 12 February) from 10:00-15:30.
Volunteers will be divided into three groups which will rotate between training in walkover survey, total station survey and metal-detecting. Both days will largely take place on-site, though with a small classroom element. Numbers will be restricted and we do ask that you commit to attending, once signed up.
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