From the River Swale following the Kent coast south to Dungeness, we work with local groups to record vulnerable archaeological features on mud flats, chalk cliffs and marshlands, including sites near Faversham, Margate, Pegwell Bay and the White Cliffs of Dover.

Upcoming Events

CITiZAN archaeologists are hosting events up and down the country. Check out our upcoming events.

Margate Lower Prom Archaeology Hunt!

Join us for an archaeology hunt along Margate's Lower Prom as part of Back & Fill *and* Festival of Archaeology! Find out about the archaeology visible along the cliffs, what it al...

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  • 24/10/2020
  • 11 a.m.

Training with NAS: Prehistoric Intertidal and Submerged Landscapes

As we constantly hear about sea levels rising in the not-too-distant future, it’s important to understand how this has affected our ancient ancestors and how these changes have bee...

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  • 12/12/2020
  • 10 a.m.

Latest Blogs

Find out what the team, our partners and volunteers have been up to in your area in our blogs

Kents Coastal Sound Mirrors digital exhibition

A digital version of the Arts Council funded exhibition & installation "Echoes", which ran as part of the Ramsgate Festival of Sound....

  • By Lawrence Northall
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  • 21/10/2020

Echoes: sound mirrors exhibition at Ramsgate Festival of Sound

The East Kent Coast Discovery Programme has won Arts Council funding to build an exhibition & installation focusing on Kent's acoustic sound mirrors, as part of the Ramsgate Festiv...

  • By Lawrence Northall
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  • 29/07/2020

Weir(d) and wonderful Sandwich Bay, Kent

Hundreds of timber stakes stud the foreshore at Sandwich Bay, Kent. These fragile features have many stories to tell but are at significant risk from tidal scour. What are they tho...

  • By Lara Band
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  • 17/07/2020

Our Resources

Take a look at this useful set of resources for intrepid foreshore explorers and surveyors.