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Welcome to Folkestone Research and Archaeology Group
Welcome to our web site.  We hope you will enjoy your visit.  

We are a group who are interested in archaeology and the heritage of Folkestone and the surrounding areas. Having met as volunteers on a major dig in the area, we decided to create a group that focuses on this area of Kent. If you are interested in archaeology or would like to know more about the history of this area we would like to meet you!.
Forthcoming events
Dear all,

-       This years East Wear Bay Archaeological Field School has started and will run until 4th August. This is a great opportunity to learn and participate in uncovering more of Folkestone’s Iron Age and Roman history. FRAG are on site every day between 10am and 4pm participating in various tasks, primarily in finds processing but also trowelling. If you are interested and have either never tried or want to revisit this most interesting of dig sites please come by and meet us. No previous experience is necessary, just bring your interest and enthusiasm along with your lunch and sturdy clothing! In the event you
require more information please drop us an email at info@folkarch.co.uk. We look forward to meeting you!

- The Site has this year’s open day on Saturday 29th July. This will be an opportunity to hear, see and touch the best of this years dig. All are of course welcome.

- The next FRAG meeting will held at the dig site on East Wear Bay at the close of business , 4pm, on Friday  4th August. Hope to see you there.


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Upcoming Events

FRAG AGM Friday 2nd June 6.30 PM at the Folkestone Peoples History Offices in Mill Bay

Have you found anything interesting recently, and would like to know more about it and it’s possible significance and history? Why not send us and photo by email, or post it on our Facebook Page? We would be very interested to take a look at it and give an opinion