ENTHUSIASTIC excavators have been digging for clues near one of Winchester's most historic buildings.
More than 60 members of a Winchester archaeology group have spent the last two weeks exploring the lumps and bumps of a field bordering the Hospital of St Cross.
The dig, which organisers said was hampered by poor weather, uncovered evidence of a 14th century walled garden, which belonged to a now demolished part of the hospital's almshouses.
Wednesday, August 13, 2008
Archaeologists dig in St Cross