Archaeological investigations at Kirk Merrington Primary School, County Durham

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    Gav Robson, Durham Archaeological Journal, 2015. "Evidence of medieval activity and the remains of a Second World War air-raid shelter were discovered during archaeological investigations associated with the construction of a new 120 place primary school in Kirk Merrington. The post-excavation analysis associated with the project (naa 2012) revealed exciting insights into the history of the village from the occupation of the church by a rouge bishop during the 12th century to life in the area duringthe bombing raids of the Second World War...."
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    Durham Archaeological Journal
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    Local (Co-Curate)
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    Added by: Pat Thomson
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