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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.