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Rombald's Moor


Free walk to explore prehistoric carvings

Prehistoric carvings will feature in a free guided walk to uncover some of the history of Rombalds Moor.

As part of the Festival of British Archaeology on Sunday, July 22, volunteers from the CSI (Carved Stones Investigation) project will lead the walk to explore the mysterious carved rocks scattered across Rombalds Moor, above Ilkley and will explain how they are making detailed recordings of the stones.

Louise Brown, archaeologist with rural regeneration company, Pennine Prospects, said the walk would explain the project.

“This walk will give people a behind-the-scenes look at how the recording is being done,” she said.

The walk will set off from the Cow and Calf car park, Ilkley, at 10am and will take approximately two hours. Booking is required.

Details of the event can be found on the Watershed Landscape ......
moss Posted by moss
11th June 2012ce
Edited 11th June 2012ce

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