Wed 3rd & Mon 8th Feb 2021
Check out our live virtual tours of the dig site with DigVentures
Tuesday 16th February
Family friendly virtual tour of our Roman sites with DigVentures
Thursday 18th February
Family friendly virtual tour of Iron Age settlements with DigVentures
Monday 1st February 2021
Family friendly virtual tour of our Roman Villa with DigVentures
1st-18th February 2021
Check out our live virtual tours of the dig site with DigVentures, and meet the archaeologists!
Tuesday 24th - Friday 27th March 2020
We’re sorry to announce that Dig Experience has been cancelled.
21st-22nd & 28th-29th March 2020
We’re sorry to announce that Dig Camp has been cancelled.
Wednesday 19th February 2020
Friday 21st February 2020
Tuesday 28th January - Sunday 2nd February 2020
What happens to artefacts after they come out of the ground? Join the DigVentures team in the Finds Lab and find out.
Monday 17th February 2020
Come and explore how people lived during the Iron Age.
Friday 29th November 2019
Make your own Christmas wreath, the perfect personalised addition to your festive decorations!
Saturday 30th November 2019
Make your very own natural festive decorations to hang on the Christmas tree!
Friday 6th December 2019
Friday 20th December 2019
19th November 2019 - 12th March 2020
Tour the dig site and hear about the history of the Wittenham Clumps.
Thursday 17th - Wednesday 23rd October 2019
Join us at our public consultation events for the River of Life II wetland habitat creation project.
Tuesday 24th September - Tuesday 17th December 2019
Join instructor Hannah Rees for weekly yoga sessions in our beautiful Fison Barn.
Saturday 11th & Sunday 12th January 2020
Come out and play, and learn about local wildlife. During this session, learn how to make bird feeders to hang in your garden!
Thursday 20th June 2019
We are delighted to invite our supporters to join us for our annual Supporters’ Evening and Rose Ceremony at the Earth Trust Centre.
Wednesday 17th October 2018
A conference to present the results of the Living Ash Research Project, carried out to identify and secure ash trees that showed tolerance to Hymenoscyphus fraxinea, and consider how this will impact the Ash population in the future.