DIG REVEALS ANCIENT TRACKWAY
A rare Neolithic wooden trackway, dating from 2,300BC has been uncovered at an archaeological dig near Woodbridge. The dig was commissioned by ScottishPower Renewables as part of a project to install underground cables for the East Anglia ONE offshore windfarm. More than 50 sites along the 37km route have been explored. Archaeologists unearthed the 30 metre wooden trackway and platform, along with other items including the skull of an Auroch, an extinct species of wild cattle, which has been carbon dated to around 4,300 BC.