By Katy Prickett
BBC News, East
It was previously thought that massive ice sheets had prevented human migration to the region - but a study of footprints suggest people were there earlier
By Paul Rincon
Science editor, BBC News website
A 4,000-year-old wooden coffin found by chance on a golf course is to go on display.Copyright: Charlotte Graham
The 10ft (3m) long Bronze Age relic, containing the remains of a man holding an axe, were uncovered during work on a pond in July 2018.
Experts believe the site, under Tetney Golf Club, Lincolnshire, was the burial place of a high-status individual.
Two years of preservation work will take place before it is exhibited at the Lincoln Collection Museum.