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A CALL for volunteers has been issued as the excavation of a naval warship that sank in the Solent more than 250 years ago has been given a funding boost.

The Maritime Archaeology Sea Trust and The National Museum of the Royal Navy have been awarded a £360,000 Heritage Lottery Fund for the continued excavation of HMS Invincible in a £2m project launched in 2017.

Now a volunteer programme is being set up in Portsmouth to record new findings, research artefacts for digital resources and help prepare exhibitions at Portsmouth Historic Dockyard.


Portsmouth Evening News

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