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Startling evidence of a Stone Age structure in the Solent

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« on: September 30, 2009, 01:46:48 am »

 This summer’s three-day dive cost £3,600, a sum covered by donations and support from the National Oceanography Centre.

But as erosion steadily sweeps away the site, it is a race against time before the ancient artefacts are lost to Mother Nature.

Mr Momber today calls on local and national businesses to support the Trust so that it can launch a full-scale excavation next year.

“This really is of national and international significance – there is nothing else like it in the UK,” he said.

“The race is on to save what we can now. If we don’t act now, these findings could be lost forever.”

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