The findings of excavations at Dorchester-on-Thames, a collaboration between Oxford University’s School of Archaeology, OA South, Dorchester Abbey Museum and the people of Dorchester-on-Thames, have been described in a new booklet, The Discovering Dorchester-on-Thames project: A Report on the Excavations, 2007-2011. The work, funded in part by the Heritage Lottery Fund, involved many volunteers from the local area and beyond, who took part in the excavations and processed thousands of finds. Highlights of the discoveries include part of a Neolithic cursus, a Neolithic circular monument, a Beaker-period burial, and buildings and a road from the Roman walled town, while a small excavation at the nearby Dyke Hills produced stunning finds from a late Roman or early Anglo-Saxon burial.