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The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - News -

THE CAUSE­WAY: These 3,000 year old poles need to be pre­served in water May 30.

Digven­tures man­ag­ing di­rec­tor Lisa West­cott-wilkins said: “Crowd fund­ing is per­fect for ar­chae­ol­ogy be­cause we of­ten have a dif­fi­culty in reach­ing new au­di­ences, but with this there is lim­it­less po­ten­tial.

“Flag Fen is a site we know about and love, a unique and in­cred­i­ble site with the same sig­nif­i­cance as Stone­henge. It could and should mean so much more to peo­ple.

“This is Peter­bor­ough’s thing, Peo­ple should be proud of it.

“The site is al­most a re­verse Stone­henge – ev­ery­thing is buried be­low the ground, but it is of the same cal­i­bre. If we could rip the top of the site away

and re­place it with

NOT POLES APART: Sarah and Lisa are hop­ing that Flag Fen Lives will be a suc­cess.

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