New archaeological digs are to take place at the site of an Anglo-Saxon burial ground in Oakington.
The village sits on the site of a sixth-century settlement described as “one of the most significant archaeological sites you could have”.
Two digs will take place later this year.
Archaeology students, led by Dr Duncan Sayer, a lecturer in archaeology at the University of Central Lancaster, will undertake a two-day excavation on April 12 and 13.
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