English Heritage bottle Battlefield Review

Having been told on a number of occasions the Battle of Hastings flawed site at Battle Abbey was to be reviewed. I have now been forwarded the review document by Michael Bernard, which clearly shows they have in colloquial terms bottled it and will not review the evidence, or the site claimed in Crowhurst. This is despite national television by authorised archaeologists, which showed the nation in no uncertain terms there is no archaeology supporting the battle anywhere within the registered battlefield area. I was not consulted by any historians, or archaeologists on any evidence referred to in this document, where I can see some serious flaws in what it is claimed that I claim. It makes a nonsense of the listing process. Rest assured this is not the end of the story, as evidence is still being sought in the Crowhurst valley, by people who do care about the nations heritage and we are close to a conclusion.

This is the document

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3 thoughts on “English Heritage bottle Battlefield Review

  1. Pete

    I think they can’t admit to anything,with a heritage centre at battle ,which cost lots.I think you have a great chance in being correct,but at least they should check it out, keep going don’t weaken…

  2. Mat

    I think the on;y way forward is to fund an independant investigation as you have suggested. Based on the responses you’ve received from our establishment, I think the investigatation team shouldn’t have British involvement at all.

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