I have just come across the website for the Black Pig’s Dyke regional project 2014. This was funded by the heritage offices of Monaghan, Longford, Leitrim and Roscommon and the Heritage Council of Ireland and mapped and excavated the Iron Age linear earthworks collectively known as the Black Pig’s Dyke.
From the Archaeology National Trust SW website an article about the reoccupation of the Iron Age hillfort of Badbury Rings, Dorset in the 5th century AD. Read more at:
During this year’s festival of British Archaeologyon 31st July Rachel Foster, Assistant County Archaeologist and Tom Sunle, Historic Environment Records Data Manager from Wilsthire County Council led a tour of the East Wansdyke. More can be found here:
Hundreds turn out to protest a proposed development at Old Oswestry hillfort – which also impacts on Wat’s Dyke.
Read more at: Old Oswestry Hillfort
New dating for Offa’s Dyke at Chirk suggests it may have been built earlier that the time of King Offa.