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Capturing the Corbels of St Saviour's Church, York

Our Memorial DIG: An Archaeological Adventure is the JORVIK Group's hands-on archaeological attraction housed in the former church of St Saviour. This 15th-century church was declared redundant in 1954. In 1975 the church was acquired by the York...

Our Memorial

DIG: An Archaeological Adventure is the JORVIK Group's hands-on archaeological attraction housed in the former church of St Saviour. This 15th-century church was declared redundant in 1954. In 1975 the church was acquired by the York Archaeological Trust, who restored St Saviour's and converted it to house the Archaeological Resource Centre (ARC), which opened in 1990. The war memorial in the church was preserved and relocated during the church's restoration.

The Portland stone monument, erected in 1920, lists the names of 40 men of the parish of St Saviour's who died in the First World War. At the time, St Saviour's served the Hungate area, one of the poorest and most densely populated areas of York. Along with this monument, a second memorial was funded in the form of a clock and bells which have also been restored and maintained.

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Our Memorial

DIG: An Archaeological Adventure is the JORVIK Group's hands-on archaeological attraction housed in the former church of St Saviour. This 15th-century church was declared redundant in 1954. In 1975 the church was acquired by the York Archaeological Trust, who restored St Saviour's and converted it to house the Archaeological Resource Centre (ARC), which opened in 1990. The war memorial in the church was preserved and relocated during the church's restoration.

The Portland stone monument, erected in 1920, lists the names of 40 men of the parish of St Saviour's who died in the First World War. At the time, St Saviour's served the Hungate area, one of the poorest and most densely populated areas of York. Along with this monument, a second memorial was funded in the form of a clock and bells which have also been restored and maintained.

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