Mudlarking at Low Tide! What Happened to the Woolwich Kiln? Find out with me! 30.07.21

Join me on the River Thames foreshore, London, Great Britain, at low tide! Experience the riverbed uncovered, search for historic finds with me, and unlock doors to discover more about the way we lived. This week I’m looking at what happened to an important historic find from 1974…The Woolwich Kiln.

So, without further ado, let’s go search through our liquid history!

TOTALLY THAMES FESTIVAL – MUDLARKING EXHIBITION AT ST. PAUL’S Please check out this website to find out more about The Thames Museum season of events happening at Totally Thames Festival in September… http://www.thamesmuseum.org/news2.html

I will be exhibiting on Friday 3rd September, with ten other mudlarks, so hope to see you there. I will also be filming a video and livestreaming from the event.

You can catch that content on my Patreon site, https://www.patreon.com/OldFatherThames.

LINKS TO PEOPLE/RESOURCES MENTIONED IN THE VIDEO:

With thanks as ever to Richard Hemery for the ongoing help with accurately identifying pottery, and double-checking my work! His excellent book, Identifying the Pottery of the Thames is available to buy here: https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/PDF-book-I

I also referenced the following websites, and would like to both thank them and give them a link here…

Oxford Archaeology: https://oxfordarchaeology.com/

Portable Antiquities Scheme: https://finds.org.uk

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