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Archaeological dig launched under car park

An archaeological dig is under way at a city centre site earmarked for redevelopment.Specialists will be exploring the area under the Sawclose car park for three weeks to see what historical evidence is there.A private car park behind the public spaces opposite the Theatre Royal will be shut completely while spaces in the council car park will be cut during the projectRead the rest of this article.
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