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We offer a regular series of talks on the history and archaeology of Southwell and other related subjects. These take place on the third Thursday of each month at the Old Courthouse, Burgage, Southwell. Admittance is free to members and costs £3 to non-members.

Programme for 2015-16

 

 

17th September 2015     Dr Will Bowden   ‘Life after Boudica: recent research at Caistor Roman town (Norfolk)’

 

15th October 2015          Peter Allen   ‘Archaeological investigations into the history of   settlement in  Bingham’

 

19th November 2015       Laura Binns Trent & Peak Archaeology  ‘Lenton Priory’

 

21st January 2016          Gareth Davies & Laura Binns  Trent & Peak Archaeology ‘Burgage Manor Revealed Interim Report and proposals for the 2016 excavations’

 

25th  February 2016       Andy Weaver and Dave Johnson ‘Vernacular Buildings Project  in Southwell’

 

17th March 2016             Daryl Baxter – topic to be confirmed

 

14th April 2016                Paul Jameson      ‘The Battle of Hatfield’

 

19th May 2016                Adrian Henstock    ‘Little Brown Jug’

 

15th September 2016     Emily Gillott and Lorraine Horsley Nottinghamshire CC   ‘Segolocum’ - THIS TALK IS UNFORTUNATELY CANCELLED

 

20th October 2016          Sue Brown and Janet Spavold   ‘Ticknall Pots and Potters’

 

17th November 2016      Matt Beresford  MB Archaeology  ‘Harvey’s field in Roman Southwell’

 

Programme for 2017

 

 

19th January Steve Flinders  History beneath our feet in Ilkeston.

 

16th February  Anita Randini  Diet and lifestyle in Anglo-Saxon Southwell, Revelations from a study of human teeth.

 

16th March  Tony Connolly Croxton Kerriel archaeology excavation

 

27th April   Emily Gillott and Lorraine Horsley  Segelocum Roman Town

 

18th May   Prof.Chris Brookes   Archaeology of church towers

 

21st September    Ian Cox  Navenby Excavations

 

26th October  Darryl Baxter  What King Arthur did for us

 

16th November  James Wright  A lost mediaeval fortified manor house at Strelley Hall

 

December meeting - social evening . details to be announced

 

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