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Welcome to YCCCART NEWS & EVENTS Report of a photographic and documentary study of the old stone crosses in Kingston Seymour.  It is unusual for a parish to have remains of both village and churchyard crosses surviving.  Open Report Report on an attempt to locate a stone wall at Iwood seen by a metal detectorist. A small excavation was unable to locate this feature. The finds seem to indicate a modern dump consolidating the track from the field to the nearby bridge over the Yeo.  Open Report Report on the old stone crosses of Wick St Lawrence. which is one of those rare villages that possesses both a village and a churchyard cross.  Open Report July 2018 Newsletter now available under publications.  Open Newsletter Report on a documentary and photographic survey of Congresbury bridge. Research has established that there was a bridge at Congresbury earlier than 1551. A new stone bridge was built in 1710, which by 1904 had a ......  Open Report more> YCCCART TEST PITTING IN CONGRESBURY On 5 August 2018 YCCCART excavated a small 1 metre square in the back garden of Rookery Farm.  Finds included early medieval pottery. YCCCART would like to extend test pits across the village to provide a snapshot of any buried archaeological remains. Would you like YCCCART to excavate a pit in your garden?  Please contact us. Botom of pit showing the natural clay The pit backfilled and made tidy