Wintringham has a rich and varied history.
Desk-based assessments, field evaluations, and various surveys have helped identify areas of previous habitation at Wintringham dating back to the Neolithic period to the early 5th century.
Early findings have revealed evidence of Iron Age roundhouses dating back to 400-100 BC, enclosures, tracks, wells, pits, post-holes, and ridge and furrow earthworks.
These discoveries provide a fascinating glimpse into the early history of the site and the lives of those who inhabited it. These findings have in tern inspired the creation of play areas, interpretation and wayfinding to enhance the network of green spaces for the local community.
Image caption: Model of Iron Age roundhouses. © BMD