The Tintinhull Project is a landscape history and archaeology project centred on the parish of Tintinhull. It aims to identify and explain regional landscape change in terms of land division, settlement patterns, communications patterns and boundaries from the late prehistoric period through to the modern day.
This is the link page to this temporary project site. The current list of original and processed documents can be viewed using the links in the side bar.
Hooper’s Orchard with superimposed landscape survey showing tracks and what are believed to be house platforms.