Book now for this Stepping Stones winter webinar. For this event, at 7.30pm on 8th February, National Trust archaeologist Janine Young will take us through some of the fascinating history and archaeology of the Stepping Stones area.
Our understanding of the area’s historic features has been greatly enhanced by the use of LIDAR. LIDAR is a mapping technique where a laser beam, originating from a small plane in this case, is bounced off the ground to create a 3D map of the area. This technique shows up features such as defensive earthworks, old field boundary patterns and hut circles, building our understanding of the area. Expect some fascinating aerial images!
The webinar is free to attend and will be hosted by Stepping Stones project officer Charlie Bell – please email her to book a place.