As we can’t get out on to the foreshore at the moment, we’re sharing some of our #ForeshoreFavourites on our Facebook and Twitter accounts. We’ll do a regular FROG blog round up to, as an archive and for those of you not on social media. Here’s our posts from the 28 March – 3 April 2020

Digging for Britain – Featuring ML286 at Isleworth

Great news! The last series of Digging for Britain is back up on BBC iPlayer which means you can catch up on Epsiode 3, featuring our work at Isleworth recording WW1 submarine chaser ML286

Thames Bridges Colouring Sheets


Missing the foreshore and need some quiet contemplation? How about some colouring in, courtesy of Illuminated River? Here are four colouring sheets of London Bridges from several popular foreshore locations.


Gridirons and bargebeds are key feature of Thames archaeology. Built to provide a working platform for vessels and to assist in their repair. Here’s our handy guide for recognising these once familiar structures

Holey Oystershells

Five years ago on 1 April 2015, we solved the mystery of the holey oystershells, which have been baffling archaeologists for decades, with our colleagues at MOLA!

The Prehistoric Thames with Jon Cotton

Get your riverine fix with videos of a series of lectures given at Gresham College on the archaeology and history of the Thames. In the first lecture, Jon Cotton explores the story of the Early Thames and the prehistory of London