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Archaeology Day School 2015

  • 25th September 2015

Our annual Archaeology Day School will take place on Saturday 21st November 10am-5pm. There’ll be a wide range of talks from our archaeologists and from guest speakers about recent archaeological work and projects in the county.

The topics covered will include:

  • Fascinating Finds
  • Copcutt Excavations
  • Worcester’s Civil War Siegeworks
  • Dig Lich St
  • Bromsgrove High St
  • Historic Environment Record’s Volunteer Projects
  • Manorial Documents Project
  • Managing Rural Buildings and Landscapes
  • Photo © English Heritage NMR 27792/019

     This large scale, isolated farmstead, located to the west of the village of Naunton Beauchamp is on the site of a small medieval manor, believed to have been created during the land hunger of the 13th and 14th centuries. 

    The event takes places at the University of Worcester, with the lectures in the main Lecture Theatre and refreshments in the Cotswold Suite, above reception, where there will also be displays and bookstalls.

    The events costs £20 and can be booked online through https://e-services.worcestershire.gov.uk/LibraryEvents/EventDetails.aspx?id=146. The price includes drinks at the start and morning and afternoon breaks. Lunch is not included and you can either bring your own or purchase refreshment from the University’s catering outlets.

    Dig Lich St

    For more information please email explorethepast@worcestershire.gov.uk or ring 01905 766352.

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