There will be a day trip to visit the West Stow Anglo-Saxon village on 14th June 2016. This site has reconstructions and remains of hall houses and sunken feature building, plus artefacts so it is well worth the trip.
West Stow is near Bury St Edmonds so we will be car sharing. Several people have already agreed to drive while others have expressed an interest in being driven. I have organised a guided tour of the site starting at 14:00. The cost of the site entrance and the guided tour is £6 per head.
If you would like to come along please send me an email or phone me.
As part of the Boxford Roman project we are hosting a series of lectures over the next couple of years, to be held in the new Boxford Village Hall. We have a great line up of distinguished speakers and all BAS members and guests are very welcome to come along. The first talk is onWednesday 10th February when Neil Holbrook, Chief Executive of Cotswold Archaeology will be giving a lecture on “The Villa in Roman Britain: Design, Evolution and Use.”
All lectures will be in Boxford Village Hall, Lambourn Valley Road RG20 8DD and start at 7.30pm. We are expecting quite a large turn out so places will be on a first come first served basis and ask you to email Joy Appleton at firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your seats.
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