Local School Children and Volunteers involved with Enniskillen Archaeological Dig!

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The Enniskillen Archaeological Dig is being very ably assisted by groups of children from local schools in the mornings, and adult volunteers in the afternoons.

Despite the Fermanagh Weather and mud, school groups and volunteers have been undeterred and there have been some very interesting finds.

The excavation is progressing well but remember we are only there until Friday 22nd October 2021 if you want to pop by for a chat and a look! For more information about this project visit https://lelp.org.uk/community-based-excavation-exploring-the-enniskillen-backstreets/

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