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Cambridge Historic Environment Record

Details of historical finds in Cambridge

Cambridgeshire Historic Environment Record (CHER) is the most comprehensive source of information on undesignated heritage assets, archaeological sites and finds in Cambridgeshire. It forms part of a network of Historic Environment Records across the UK. The council currently has over 19000 records held on a computerised database and mapping system (GIS), which can be searched by date, location and type of remains.

You can download here the records for finds within 1 mile of Ditchburn Place.


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