Another day – another star find. None of us have seen a barbed and tanged arrowhead that’s both this small and this well made. It was really difficult for our volunteer photographer Mike Robinson to get a picture of this without a stand etc (it was taken on site, in really strong sunlight) – and unfortunately it doesn’t really show the detail very well; it’s a really beautifully worked arrowhead. Josh (Pollard) says that it’s clearly a case of deliberate miniaturisation, because of the quality of work, not just someone using up a small bit of flint. So once again – more Early Bronze Age material has come up – Where’s the Peterborough Ware I say?!