Water table monitoring has been going on for the last 3 years at the Iron Age Lake Village site, as part of a project helping to increase our knowledge of the site. The data, collected by Phil Brewin of the Somerset Internal Drainage Boards, shows that the dry summer of 2018 could have had a severe impact on the organic remains on the site, which require constant waterlogging to prevent decay. Such extreme dry summers are predicted to become more frequent as a result of climate change and could pose a significant risk to the internationally important site.
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Have forwarded to Tim at the Glastonbury Antiquarian Society. Best wishes Mary