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     MEETINGS & VISITS


In the winter months there are meetings in both Gloucester and Cheltenham on a wide range of archaeological and local history topics. These provide, for new and old members alike, the opportunity to learn more about the past. Visitors are always welcome at these meetings.

     

 WINTER MEETINGS   2017 - 2018

  

All meetings will be on Mondays and commence at 7.30 p.m.


GLOUCESTER meetings this year will take place at  St John the Evangelist Church, Churchdown & Innsworth, St Johns Ave, Churchdown, GL3 2DB.

Parking is available in the church grounds.


CHELTENHAM meetings are still at St. Andrews United Reformed Church, Garden Room, Montpellier Street, GL50 1SP.


Members £2.00 per meeting, non-members £3.00.  





 In the summer there is a programme of visits to sites of historical and archaeological importance. The summer programme is distributed in late February/early March with the Spring newsletter.  



Date

WINTER MEETINGS
 2017

Venue

25th Sept

The Archaeology of CrossRail


Vix Hughes

Project Officer Oxford Archaeology  


An opportunity to find out about the archaeology of Cross Rail, one of the largest archaeological programmes ever undertaken in this country.

 


Cheltenham

23rd Oct

An update on the recent excavations carried out in Gloucester


 Andrew Armstrong

Gloucester City Archaeologist


Gloucester

20th Nov

The Bernard Rawes lecture


Hucclecote Roman Villa

 1930 - 2012


Wessex Archaeology


Cheltenham

11th Dec

Hereford's curious map


Sarah Arrowsmith will be sharing the results of her 10 year study of the Mappa Mundi


Gloucester

22nd Jan

Members evening


Cheltenham

19th Feb

Chedworth Roman Villa


Martin Papworth, National Trust archaeologist


Martin and his team have been excavating at the villa for the last 5 years.


Gloucester

19th March

The Gloscat Redevelopment project, media studies site


 Dan Sausins

Cotswold Archaelogy

Cheltenham

9th April

AGM  followed by


The Eddie Price lecture


A tomb with a view: Recent work on Cotswold long barrows

 Tim Darvill


Gloucester


t is advisable to contact the Meetings Secretary for the latest information:-  



Meetings Secretary,

Jeannette Kirkpatrick

messier452@gmail.com



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