A Summer of Excavations at Headstone Manor

By adam corsini on 14 Jul 2014

Over the last few weeks the Museum of London has been undertaking a season of work at Headstone Manor in London’s Harrow.

Katie, one of the staff at the Harrow Museum, looks on anxiously as a mobile crane moves our temporary office into position outside the Great Barn – one of the most important medieval timber buildings to survive in London.

Katie, one of the staff at the Harrow Museum, looks on anxiously as a mobile crane moves our temporary office into position outside the Great Barn – one of the most important medieval timber buildings to survive in London.

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Syon Park Excavation – At the first sign of trouble

By other museum staff on 16 Apr 2012

Bookings are now open for our 2012 summer training excavation at Syon Park, Hounslow. More information and booking details can be found on our website: www.museumoflondon.org.uk/syon. Kath Creed, one of our key event organisers, explains how progress has been going so far. Back in March we hired a mechanical digger to open three trial trenches in the area of hoped for remains of Sir Richard Wynn’s house in Syon Park. Our first issue quickly arose when we realised that the remains weren’t quite where we thought they might be!  We were hoping they would be here: A lovely open grassed […]