Hereford & Worcester

Iron Age items going on display in Worcestershire

Artist's impression of an Iron Age settlement (pic: Worcestershire County Council)
Image caption An Iron Age settlement at least 2,500 years old was unearthed

Iron Age items uncovered during excavations of the new site for a Worcestershire primary school have been on display to the public.

A team excavating the new site for Bengeworth First School in the Evesham area unearthed a settlement which is at least 2,500 years old.

Bronze Age and Iron Age pottery have been uncovered.

A free event was scheduled at the King's Road site between 1430 BST and 1830 BST on Tuesday.

The site was believed to have been a small farmstead.

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