A BONE cave containing ‘archaeological findings of interest’ has been found in Plymouth.
The Sherford Consortium has revealed that excavation during infrastructure work led to the incredible discovery. The items found have been carefully removed from the ground and are now undergoing investigations.
It has not yet been confirmed exactly what the findings are, but the items have been passed on for ‘academic analysis and preservation’.
Sherford Consortium has confirmed it is working with archaeological team partners, Devon County Council and Historic England, to ensure ‘the most appropriate course of action’.
It has urged people not to visit the site at this time, as it is not accessible safely by foot or vehicle.
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