WHEN workmen discovered human remains as they cleared a site for new classrooms at a Twyford school, staff briefly thought they had a crime scene on their hands.
The panic soon turned into a historical feast for pupils and teachers alike, however, when it turned out the bones found at Twyford School were more than 1,000 years old.
Now, work on the site has halted as archaeologists try to find out more about what they think is a Saxon burial site - a very rare find.
Saturday, October 20, 2007
Saxon graves found at school