First archaeological dig at Sleaford Castle for 160 years | BBC

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An archaeological dig is being carried out for the first time in 160 years at a castle once visited by Henry VIII.

Historians hope to find out more about the medieval Sleaford Castle in Lincolnshire during the three-day excavation, which began on Wednesday 19th July.

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Smiling archaeologist digging trench

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