Back in the field
Kellogg members were among a group of students and staff who, last week, undertook what is thought to be the University’s first piece of fieldwork since lockdown.
The group was made up of around 17 students and staff, who are all members of the MSc in Applied Landscape Archaeology. Their research focused on landscape survey and geophysical prospection at Besselsleigh, near Appleton, as part of the Appleton Area Archaeological Research Project (AAARP); all their work was carried under Covid-19 regulations.
Kellogg students, Sarah Weston and James Tufnell were glad to be back out in the field and are delighted that some things are slowly getting back to “normal” – albeit a socially distanced normal.