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Thursday, 4 October 2012
New twist from Cutting Five
Well Wednesday brought some sunshine and a bit of a twist in Cutting Five. Rowan discovered a small fragment of early pottery! Further analysis by a specialist will reveal a more accurate date. This may mean that the features in Cutting Five are much older than we originally thought!