A once-a-month series of interesting and stimulating talks on archaeology held on Wednesday evenings from 7pm at Melton Carnegie Museum.
- October 20th: Mathew Morris talking on Castle Hill: Summer Days and Crusader Knights
- November 24th: Megan Gard, Portable Antiquities Scheme Finds Liaison Officer for Leicestershire and Rutland talking on How much has a quarter century of the Portable Antiquities Scheme changed our understanding of the archaeology and history of these counties?
- January 26th: Peter Liddle talking on Finding Leicestershire and Rutland’s Roman Countryside.
- February 23rd: Steve Baker talking on Plague, Pestilence and the Black Death in Leicestershire.
- March 23rd: John Thomas talking on Barrows, Burials and Bronze Age at Cossington.
All welcome – Admission £5 – Doors open 7.00 pm – Talks begin 7.30 pm. Limited places available – please book early to avoid disappointment.
Tel 0116 305 3860 or firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve seats.