Archaeology 'more reliant on volunteers' after funding cuts


Archaeological digs have found many treasures over the years that have enhanced our knowledge about the past.

But there are concerns that funding cuts mean that the discipline will be more dependent on good will and amateur archaeologists then ever before.

Louise Hubball reports.

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