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Clun Castle Project
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The only archaeological material recovered from the fieldwork were fragments of stone from the Great Tower: no pottery was recovered from excavation.
The main collection consists of unpublished reports generated by the project; photographs and drawings. These appear here.
Original fieldwork notebooks, photographic prints, drawings etc are held at the English Heritage Collections Store at Wrest Park.
Also in this archive are copies of offprints of published works related to Clun. Copies of a DVD of these records are held at Wrest Park, Clun Museum and the Shropshire Historic Environment Record at Shrewsbury.