PRE-CONSTRUCT Archaeology (PCA) is hosting its second open day in September to highlight its work in Winchester city centre.

The company is currently undertaking trial trenching on parts of the Silver Hill site. It held an open morning in July.

As part of the open day, people will be able to see some of the finds that have been uncovered, with the team at PCA also offering guided visits to the dig site. Progress has been made on trench 1, next to Coitbury House, and the team has also started on trench 3, just north of the bus station next to the former Friarsgate GP surgery.

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PCA will also put on fun activities at Abbey Gardens for children to get hands-on with Winchester's history, including washing finds and archaeological drawings.

The open day takes place on Saturday, September 2, and will last from 10am-4.30pm.

Attendees are welcome to simply turn up to the PCA gazebo in Abbey Gardens anytime to join in the day. Pre-booking is not required.