People from all over the world will be returning to one of the most popular digs carried out by DigVentures.
The JCB will cut the first trenches on Monday morning and we'll be there to survey the spoil heaps and trench floors.
The archaeologists are also conducting remote sensing in other areas including an area that we suspect may be a shrine site.
Whilst there, we will try and catch up with a few landowners as to the state of their harvest progress.
One has potatoes growing in a field that has produced the most Anglo-Saxon artefacts in any field we have ever surveyed.
Another farm (a new permission) has invited us to survey an area that has had nighthawkers stealing the history there for the last 5 years.
This could be another Anglo-Saxon site.
There are 4 more new permissions that we will be visiting during the dig.
Hopefully, we'll have more news and photo's over the next couple of weeks.