Introduction to Stonea Camp

  • February 1, 2018

Now a Senior Project Manager at Oxford Archaeology East, Stephen Macaulay was involved in the Cambridgeshire Archaeological Read more

Astrid’s experience at Stonea Camp

  • July 31, 2017

“In early July Stonea Camp held an open day, and saw year 4 students from Burrowmoor school get a glimpse of life in archaeology.” Read more

Stephen Macaulay talks about… the skull

  • April 28, 2017

Stephen Macaulay has worked in archaeology since 1984 and specifically in the East of England for the past 25 years. Read more

3-D mapping by Oxford Archaeology

  • April 17, 2017

So today we welcomed Jamie from Oxford Archeology North to Stonea Camp to conduct the 3-D aerial mapping of the Stonea Camp site. Read more

Did you know: Metalwork

  • April 13, 2017

Despite the lack of settlement evidence, Stonea Camp has produced metalwork in the form of Bronze Brooches, & gold and silver coins. Read more

Did you know: Britain’s lowest lying ‘Hill’ Fort

  • April 13, 2017

Stonea then, at 2m OD, cannot in any sense be called a hillfort. Rather, it is an Iron Age fen island type fort, however much of the same principals of hillfort still apply. Read more

Did you know: Iron Age Stonea

  • April 13, 2017

As Britain developed through the Neolithic, Bronze Age into the Iron Age, so society became more complex, tribal groupings arose and territory, landownership and conflict increased. Read more

Did you know: Bronze Age Stonea

  • April 13, 2017

A Bronze Age barrow lies to the east of Stonea Camp, this was excavated by Tim Potter of the British Museum in 1961. Read more

Did you know: Prehistoric Stonea

  • April 13, 2017

Fen Islands were prime locations due to their ready access to abundant resources, despite the harsh environment they lay in. Read more

Welcome to Stonea camp

  • April 12, 2017

Welcome to the Stonea Camp website. This site and its related social media is dedicated to sharing the intriguing and significant history that lies behind Stonea Camp. This history is being explored in a new Heritage Lottery funded project that is being managed by 20Twenty Productions CIC in partnership with HCC and Fenland Bushcraft.

To find our more about this project please visit the press release on 20Twenty Productions website.