Worcestershire Archaeology Day 2018
- 27th September 2018
We are pleased to announce that our annual Archaeology Day will be on Saturday 17th November. We have an exciting programme of talks lined up from our staff about excavations and projects we’ve been running, and also by guests from other archaeological units and research groups who’ll share about their own work and discoveries in the county.
You’ll be able to find out about:
- Excavations at Bredon and Offenham,
- Worcestershire Farmsteads,
- Digitisation of The Charles Archive,
- The Aldington Beaker and related finds,
- Testpit discoveries in White Ladies Aston,
- Origins of Worcester revisited,
- Whinfield collection of glass slides
- And Fascinating Finds of the past year.
We are at the University of Worcester’s St John’s Campus as usual, using the lecture theatre and the Cotswold Suite for tea/coffee. Refreshments will be provided at the start and then mid morning and mid afternoon. For lunch you can bring your own or
To book your place please go to https://e-services.worcestershire.gov.uk/LibraryEvents/EventDetails.aspx?id=565 or return the form ArchDay18 Bookings with a cheque payable to Worcestershire County Council. Due to increased costs including room hire and refreshments we have put the price up to £22, the first increase for 5 years.
We hope to see you there!