Archive | March 2014

Breeding bird survey result

On 18 March I heard that the breeding bird survey conducted by Sangan Island Conservation has revealed that there are no breeding birds on the area earmarked for the archaeological project. This means that the project will definitely now go ahead. See you in April!Image


Planning permission granted

On 3 March 2014 I heard the good news from the States of Jersey that the Lager Wick archaeological project has been granted planning permission. On the same day I also heard informally that I have received full funding for the project. The team (comprising Dr Gilly Carr, Professor Marek Jasinski and Mr Peter Masters) are hoping to arrive in Jersey on 4 April 2014.

While in the island, Dr Gilly Carr is hoping to give a couple of public lectures on the project to keep people informed of discoveries.