Bringing Pottery to Life: medieval and post-medieval ceramics of the North-West (Wed 21 March - Liverpool)
Museum of Liverpool
Wednesday 21st March 2012, 10am–3.30pm
Cost: £10 , with CBA members receiving a 10% discount.
An informal archaeology workshop designed to introduce adults to late medieval and post medieval ceramics from the North-West of England, including talks and handling sessions by local pottery experts and museum curatorial staff.
Material used in the session will include collections from:
- Regional Archaeology of the Museum of Liverpool
- Chester Archaeology Collections
- Norton Priory Museum and Gardens
Tea and coffee will be available but lunch will not be provided.
Please note there is no free parking on site but there are a number of car parks nearby. More details on getting to the Museum of Liverpool can be found on their website
Tickets cost £10 (£9 for CBA members) and are limited so book early to avoid disappointment.
Book your place online here!
If you are a CBA member claiming discounted price, please include your membership number (which can be found on your British Archaeology mailing sheet).
For more information on this workshop please contact Sam Rowe, Community Archaeology Trainee at National Museums Liverpool on 0151 478 4560 or by email.
This training event is brought to you by the Council for British Archaeology and National Museums Liverpool and has been funded by English Heritage, with support from the National Lottery through the Heritage Lottery Fund.
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