Fabulous finds from Rainford's pottery and clay pipe era

Rainford was known for pottery and clay pipes

Rainford was known for pottery and clay pipes

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Rainford's Roots is a community archaeology project that aims to explore the post-medieval pottery and clay tobacco pipe industries in Rainford.

We are running a free 'Fabulous Finds' drop-in workshop at Rainford Library on 11th March from 1.30pm-3pm. The workshop will provide the opportunity to handle finds from our recent excavations in Rainford and learn more about the post-excavation process.

The workshop will include hands-on activities and give people chance to ask Museum of Liverpool archaeologists questions.

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