Ice Age Journeys is an archaeological project researching Late Upper Palaeolithic(Stone Age) activity at the Farndon Fields site, Newark-On-TrentNottinghamshireUK.

FARI Archaeology were awarded a grant by the Heritage Lottery Fund to help discover more about the Stone Age hunters who lived  14,000 years ago.

Flint tools have been found on open ground between Farndon and Newark in Nottinghamshire, offering a fascinating link to Creswell Crags, Cheddar Gorge and other sites across Europe.

Look on this link for flint found during our recent investigations.  (click on the dotted icons)

And here for other information.

Future Site Work

Upcoming Events

  1. School Training Meeting

    January 25 @ 2:30 pm - 5:00 pm

Future site work including location, times, site instructions,procedures, suggestions as to what to wear, etc. Click on the link below to see a past event.  This is an example of a previous work only. We will be commencing soon so if you have not registered with us and wish to be involved with your local heritage, through Ice Age journeys, please send your email address on the contact page.

Ice Age Journeys respects and acknowledges the abilities of our ice age visitors by respecting and acknowledging our environment today.


Contact Us
or email johnmiller@millway.net.

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