Brigg Bronze Age raft back at heritage centre


A Bronze Age raft has returned to a North Lincolnshire town after it was stored away for nearly 40 years.

The 3,000-year-old flat-bottomed oak boat was found in Brigg but has been in storage at a museum in London.

Now the ancient craft is being pieced together like a jigsaw puzzle and will go on display at Brigg Heritage Centre in May.

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