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Latest additions to the site (updated 18th April 2014)

Update to interpretation of site at Brows Pasture, Chapel-le-Dale
For survey of area click here

For detailed report click here

Identifying Burbladthwait vaccary near Ribblehead

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Movement of farmers 1841 - 1891 For individual parishes Click here

Survey and report or remains near Roger Kirk Cave, Ribblehead
For Survey Click here
For the Report Click here

Survey and Report on a settlement west of Long Lane, Clapham
For Survey Click here
For the Report Click here

Added 25th November 2013

Survey of Brows Pasture complex multi-period site.
A report and interactive survey are now available.Click here for details.

Added 19th September 2013

Survey of Sow Kilns and features near the Hill Inn

A report and interactive survey are now available.Click here for details.

Added 21st May 2013

The parish registers for Ingleton and Thornton in Lonsdale up to 1812 have been added together with a surname index.
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It has come to our attention that research information unique to this website and its associated publications, has been used by others who have not referenced their source of the information. We do not copyright our research but we do expect to be given the credit for the information, as some of this has been acquired at considerable expense to ourselves. It is also requested by Scottish Universities Environmental Research Council that Radio Carbon Dating code numbers should be quoted in any reports within the scientific literature. All this is simply good archaeological practice.


The mysterious carved face is from a 19th Century root about in a cave.

Click here for the C19 report giving details about this carving



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N.B. the new background map ought to make this easier to use.

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Page last updated Friday 18th April 2014