Melton Fieldworkers Spring Programme of Talks at the Carnegie Museum

As many of you know talks to the Melton Fieldworkers are a regular events at the Carnegie Museum here in Melton. These talks are usually organised by John Thomas from ULAS (University of Leicester Archaeological Services) and they often feature the work that the fieldworkers themselves have been involved in.

John regularly emails me with information and has just forwarded the following, which some of you might be interested in.

Thursday 14 March 2013

‘Excavation of a Roman Shrine at Egleton in Rutland.’

This talk is to be presented by Tim Upson-Smith from Northampton Archaeology.

Wednesday 10 April 2013

‘Excavation of a Medieval Manor House.’

This talk is to be presented by Aileen Connor from the Oxford Archaeology Trust.

If anyone is interested in attending one or both of these talks please tel: 0116 305 3860 to book and reserve your seats. (Limited seats available.)

Tickets are £3, the doors open at 7.00 pm and the talks begin at 7.30 pm.




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