900 BCE. Fire devastates a settlement that had thrived at Flag Fen for centuries. There is compelling if controversial evidence that it was started deliberately, most likely by the villagers themselves.
1982 CE. Excavation begins at Flag Fen against the wishes of the archaeologists who undertook the initial surveys. They have since been seen alive in various locations including Cairo, Lisbon, Moscow, Somerset, Cornwall and South Yorkshire.
2000 CE. The 'mouse nest' fire at the Flag Fen site destroys important archaeological records. The cause of the blaze remains mysterious.
October 2018. Arson attack on buildings close to the archeological site. Doves rescued by firefighters.
December 2018. Fire in a Bristol warehouse destroys the property of small businesses, organisations and musicians. One of the affected organisations is a 'bio-electrical resistance' project known as Flag Fen. Their transmission 'The Burning of Flag Fen' was published online just weeks before the incident took place.
January 2019. Rebuilding begins. There is much to be done. Follow here for regular updates.