Archaeology in Wiltshire Conference 2014
Wiltshire Archaeology Field Group (WAFG).
Archaeology in Wiltshire Conference 2014 - 9:30 am, Saturday, 15 March, 2014
A Conference exploring recent archaeological work in Wiltshire, including developer-funded work. This builds on last year's very successful conference, attended by over 200 people.
The Conference will start at 9.30 for coffee, with talks from 10.00 until about 4.45.
The Conference is being organised by the Wiltshire Museum and the Archaeology Field Group of the Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Society.
The Conference is being held at the Corn Exchange in Devizes Market Place. The most convenient car park is at Station Road - follow this link to a Google Map. It is a very short walk up Station Road to the Market Place, and the Corn Exchange is immediately on your right, next to the Bear Hotel - follow this link in Google Street View.
Confirmed so far
* Melanie Pomeroy-Kellinger – Overview of recent archaeological work in Wiltshire
* Richard Osgood – Operation Nightingale: Excavating a Spitfire on Salisbury Plain
* Roy Canham – LIDAR: Seeing the Ancient Landscapes of Bradford-on-Avon
* David Sabin – Recent Geophysics surveys in Wiltshire
* Overview of recent work by the Archaeology Field Group
We are busy talking to possible speakers and there are more to come ...
Booking:Please telephone the Wiltshire Museum on 01380 727369 to book your ticket. We can take credit / debit card payments over the telephone. The Museum is open Tuesday - Saturday 10-5 and Sunday 12-4. The Museum is not open on Mondays Jan - March. You may also send a cheque made payable to WANHS.
Cost: £25 (£20 for WANHS Members)
Posted by Chance
24th January 2014ce