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CSI Sittingbourne archaeological project's future in doubt

An archaeological team working on one of the biggest Anglo-Saxon burial grounds in Kent have said they will have to close unless extra funding is found.

The project, called CSI Sittingbourne, has unearthed more than 200 graves and found about 2,500 artefacts.

Work analysing the finds had to stop last year because money ran out, now the future of the project is in doubt again.

  • 25 Jun 2012
  • From the section Kent