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Bedfordshire's first Roman town wall unearthed in Sandy
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These are external links and will open in a new window Close share panel Image caption Items discovered by Les Capon and his team include the skeleton of a woman, a funeral pyre, Roman rubbish and a pottery kiln Archaeologists excavating a former allotment site in a market town have made the "absolutely brilliant" find of a previously-unknown Roman wall. Among the finds is the remains of a Saxon house. The site, in Stratford Road, is to be turned into a cemetery, car park and council depot. Image caption Work to convert the site into a cemetery will start in the autumn once the archaeological dig is over Image copyright AOC archeology Image caption It is believed the foundations of the Roman town wall were constructed out of local ironstone and the stonework was mortared together Les Capon, project manager for AOC Archaeology, said: I have to say we were not expecting it either, which makes it even more important. He said he also hoped a plaque or information board could be placed where the wall was discovered "just so people know what is there and what the significance was".
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The regiment's two 'Regular' infantry battalions, its single 'Territorial' battalion and two 'Reserve' battalions were supplemented by many 'New Army' battalions when War broke out in A total of twenty-one infantry battalions served within the regiment between and , being posted at home, on the Western Front, in northern Italy, the Middle East, India and Burma during the war. The regiment's soldiers achieved incredible feats during the war and were awarded around 1, gallantry and bravery medals including seven Victoria Crosses. Many of the characters within the regiment went on to stand out in other ways after the war, ranging from the breaking of air speed records through authoring best-selling books, becoming famous actors and directors, to positions of importance within the military, in public life or private endeavours.
Nominated By This page uses frames, but your browser doesn't support them. Who are the Fat Badgers? They are a happy team, who after recommendation of an inn will pay a visit to check out the characteristics and 'Badge' the establishment for inclusion in the guide. All our Fat Badgers originate from the 'Forbes' clan - an ancient order of Badgers who's sett, located in Badger Lane, Badger has been established for over three centuries. Over the years various Badgers have moved on to new territories to sniff out the best eating and drinking establishments.