Chewton Mendip, Somerset: Historic Turnpike Wall Restoration Project

Somerset County Council, 2008

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Hannah Firth
Archaeological Project Officer
Historic Environment Service
Somerset County Council
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Tel: 01823 320226
Fax: 01823 320229

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The digital archive

The digital archive currently consists of the follwing resources:

  • Radford, P., Cull, B. and Resenterra, J. 2006: Chewton Mendip Turnpike Wall Restoration Project Summary Report
  • Additional images of project works supplied by Somerset County Council

Non-digital Archive and Publications

In addition to the reports contained within the digital archive the Chewton Mendip Turnpike Wall Restoration Project also produced the following outputs:

A Public meeting with the Parish Council and General Public
The Project was discussed with the Headteacher of the local school and provided opportunities for pupils to observe biodiversity work incorporated within the project works
Press Release on completion of works

The Archaeology Data Service (ADS) do not hold any further information regarding these non-digital outputs, any queries should be directed to the depositor.