I thought you might like to know that a team of archaeologists from the universities of Oxford and Chester are working in West Wirral (mostly Bromborough) this week undertaking a number of topographic and geophysical surveys in potentially sensitive areas of archaeology.
As part of a social media experiment, we are going to be updating our work on twitter with the hash-tag #BromArch so feel free to use the tag to follow us, ask questions, etc. We will be tweeting videos and photos as well as our thoughts on research, the weather, the quality of our lunch etc! Treating it as a bit of fun but also a means of informing the public.
The entire project is kindly sponsored by The Viking Society for Northern Research and we will be producing a public poster and undertaking a public talk later on in the year. We're also hoping to run another survey for members of the public to come along and help out.
Surveys start tomorrow so keep an eye out for the hash-tag. For non-twitter followers, we will put a web-page together within the next week or so. Feel free to pass this info on to interested people.