Pendle Archaeology Group Reports and Publications
Rushy Field nr Calf Hill Test Pit Excavation 19/07/20 Report (pdf)
An Appraisal of the Vaccary at Barley in the Forest of Pendle (pdf) This relates to fieldwork carried out some years ago, when the vaccaries within the Blackburn Hundred, owned by the de Lacy family were researched. A vaccary is a cow pasture the main purpose of which was to provide oxen for the de Lacy estates. These were run on an industrial scale and have left traces in the landscape. The research took the form of fieldwalking to recognise any remaining features in the landscape, together with documentary evidence obtained from maps, historic records and from the Records Office at Preston.
From The PAG Archive
Notes on a probable Roman road from Barnoldswick to Long Preston (pdf) During 1989-92 the Friends of Pendle Heritage Archaeological Group (the
forerunners of PAG) undertook a survey of the line of a probable Roman road between Barnoldswick and Long Preston.
Two excavations at Burholme near Dunsop Bridge (pdf) In 1985 and 1988-9 two excavations were carried out at Burholme by the Pendle
Heritage Centre Archaeological Group the forerunners of PAG
An Excavation of a Section of the Whalley Vallum Earthworks (pdf) A joint excavation by the PAG and the Whalley and District Historical and Archaeological Society of a section of the earthworks was carried out in 1986.