Selected photos from the surveys at St. Michael's in Betchworth and All Saints in Banstead are now available on this site.
BBC article on findings from the Norfolk and Lincolnshire medieval graffiti surveys.
The discovery of a signature has linked graffiti on the walls of a Suffolk church to a 15th Century poet.
Archaeologists believe that markings scratched into the walls of a Scottish castle could be 700 years old.
Graffiti found in a church in Hatfield, which might have been made by the Knights Templar, has been declared “very interesting” by an expert.
News article here: http://www.whtimes.co.uk/news/knights_templar_graffiti_in_hatfield_prompts_study_1_3171809
Academics are only now studying messages and paintings on the Church of the Nativity's columns dating back to the Crusades.
Guardian article here
Jerry Glover is curating an exhibition of thirty framed prints of medieval graffiti from around the UK. There is also a video and artifacts from which rubbings can be taken. A 25 page illustrated booklet explaining the background to the graffiti is available too.
St Albans Museum
3 Jun 10:00 - 24 Jun 17:00
Link to Rob Briggs' article about church graffitihttp://surreymedieval.wordpress.com/2013/04/21/the-enduring-lure-of-dressed-blocks-of-stone/