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Worcestershire Archaeology Day School 2016

  • 27th September 2016

Our popular Archaeology Day School will be held this year on Saturday 19th November at the University of Worcester. Once again we will have a range of talks on archaeological topics from both our staff and guests.

Talks will include

  • Fascinating Finds
  • Portable Antiquities Scheme in Worcestershire
  • Roman & Saxon Kempsey in two recent digs
  • Detached Worcestershire Kitchens
  • Historic Buildings and Worcester City’s HER
  • Historic Droitwich: Its Streets and People
  • Neighbourhood Planning
  • Experimental Archaeology – Medieval Kiln Firing
  • Once again the event takes places at the University of Worcester, with the lectures being held in the main Lecture Theatre and refreshments in the Cotswold Suite, above reception, where there will also be displays and bookstalls.

    You can book online here , or you can print and return the form to us here at The Hive with a cheque made payable to Worcestershire County Council.

    The event costs £20 and 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.

    For more information please email explorethepast@worcestershire.gov.uk or phone us on 01905 766352.

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