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 4 – 10 April 2020

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Looking for something to watch? We’ve put together some YouTube playlists of Thames Discovery Programme on film! We recommend the Gresham College lectures if you want to dive deep into foreshore archaeology, or the Time Team episodes for some fun foreshore action!

Intriguing finds at Fulham

Find out more about some of the work of our Fulham FROGs and the prehistoric and Saxon archaeology they are monitoring in this FROG Blog by Julia Mahon.

Learn about wood on the foreshore

A short walk on the Thames foreshore will reveal lots of wooden artefacts and features. Our Timber Identification Guide, kindly written for us by Mike Bamforth, tells us about identifying wood and explains some of the information which helps us categorise these finds.

London’s Earliest Bridge?!


Watch another classic Time Team on the Thames, investigating the Bronze Age timbers at Vauxhall. From season 9, episode 1 in 2002. Available on YouTube