Two new trenches were started at an archaeological dig to find out more about links to Bulmer’s past.
The event – run by Stour Valley Community Archaeology at Goldingham Hall – produced evidence of a large medieval manor house. Finds included fiddlehead horseshoe nails and a Jew’s harp.
“Shod horses are indicative of wealth and status,” said group chairman Laure Bonner. “One of the highlights was when 30 pupils from Bulmer Primary School came down to have a go at some hands-on archaeology.”
Goldingham landowner Ashley Cooper explained the history of the site to the children.