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    Posts from March 2015


    • 18th March 2015
    News from the Worcester Cathedral roundabout dig

    The excavations on the Cathedral roundabout, which are the first in a series of investigative works to support the Worcester Cathedral square improvement scheme, have now begun. We are in the process of arranging a location for an exhibition to allow us to share information about our discoveries, and there will be plenty of opportunities...

    • 3rd March 2015
    Step back in time with Tudor Day at The Hive

    On Saturday we will be turning the clock back to the year 1575 in the Children’s Library here at The Hive – Queen Elizabeth is about to visit Worcester and the city is making preparations. Paul Harding, from Discover History, will be here in costume and armed with replica artefacts, to talk about what it...

    • 2nd March 2015
    Explore Maps workshop at The Hive

    All good adventures begin with a map, or so goes the saying. Certainly lots of research here has been fuelled by maps and plans. As visual documents they draw you in, and contain lots of valuable information. For instance the other week Rob, our Community Archaeologist, came across the fields Near Piesland and Big Piesland...