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About the Project

The Lossenham Project is a community heritage and research project to investigate the archaeology, history, and landscape of Lossenham. It focuses on the lands of Lossenham Farm but will also include the wider setting of the farm, including all of Newenden, as well as the River Rother, Hexden Channel, Rother Levels, and neighbouring parishes.

The Project is run by Canterbury Archaeological Trust on behalf of Lossenham Farm, together with other heritage organisations and community contacts, including the Carmelite Order. It is also looking to recruit volunteers from Newenden and the local area, and many have already signed up. If you would like to play a part, please contact us (see below).

There will be several sub-projects to investigate various aspects of Lossenham and its environment from prehistoric times to more recent. If you have any particular interest you would like the Project to cover, please do not hesitate to get in touch.

NEWS

News and Newsletters

The Project publishes a monthly newsletter with progress updates. If you would like to be included on the mailing list, please make contact via the e-mail listed below.

Project Newsletter issue 3 (Dec 2020) - 4.3 MB PDF file
Project Newsletter issue 2 (Nov 2020) - 2.0 MB PDF file
Project Newsletter issue 1 (Oct 2020) - 1.7 MB PDF file

Exercise opportunities at Lossenham farm for Newenden residents during the Covid lockdowns

Tennis and Netball at Lossenham Farm
Tennis Court - there are also 2 Netball hoops and disinfected balls as a solo alternative to tennis. If a resident would like to use the tennis court please contact Jason on: 07940 270679.

Fishing at Lossenham Farm
Newenden residents are welcome to fish along the Hexden Channel when water levels are safe to do so. If a resident is interested in fishing the Hexden Channel please contact the Head Water Bailiff, Kelly Crush on : 07814 827562. See the advice on angling in Tier 4.

Walking, Running, Cycling and Riding at Lossenham Farm
At present, due to weather and ongoing works on the farm, the tracks are sodden, deep in mud and the water levels very high in places. As soon as conditions allow Newenden residents will be advised of the available routes on the farm for exercise. If a resident is interested in the above activities on the farm please contact Jason on: 07940 270679

CONTACT

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