How WAG Screen got its name.

WAG stands for Washingborough Archaeology Group. All of the founder members of WAG Screen are active members of WAG. Two of the WAG members, Chris Roberts and Nick Loven, regularly filmed and photographed the group at work creating a number of archaeology-based short films and films for the annual archaeology conference in Lincolnshire.

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Above James Rackham and Alex Loven augering to examine the sediment of the Witham Valley

However, rather than compete with WAG for funding we decided to create a sister group, WAG Screen, to make the Luttrell Psalter Film. WAG Screen still records the activities of WAG as well as telling the stories of Lincolnshire’s history and heritage through the media of film, photography and web sites. If you want to find out more about WAG Screen’s constitution click here. If you want to know more about WAG follow the link.

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