Not what you expect with a water bill!

I also received this from Anglia Water about the “Rutland Sea Dragon”, an ichtyosaur found near Rutland Water. It featured in episode four of Digging for Britain, the latest series of which was shown over two weeks in January. As ever, Alice Roberts was the main presenter, alongside Dr. Onyeka Nubia and Dr. Cat Jarman. The other five episodes included the Roman mosaic (also from Rutland), a Norman church outside Stoke Mandeville (exposed by the work on HS2) and post holes at Salisbury Plain, the story of Richmond Castle and Roman plumbing, Roman and Iron Age Leicester, the dating of the Cerne Abbas Giant and a World War two plane crash in Northern Ireland, followed by Birdoswald on Hadrian’s Wall and industrial Rochdale.

By super blue

Grandson of a Town player.

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