December’s lecture will be the annual round-up of fieldwork undertaken by GlosArch in 2022.
Neil Cathie, Phil Cox, Mike Milward.
The sites to be discussed will be the latest work at the site of a Roman villa which was destroyed when the M5 was built; a new excavation site in Minsterworth, Gloucestershire and some new geophysical surveys performed on Cleeve Common. This is great opportunity to find out about the various archaeological investigations being undertaken by GlosArch members.
If you wish to attend in person, we are at the usual venue, St Andrew’s URC church hall, Montpellier St, Cheltenham GL50 1SP. Alternatively, the lecture will also be broadcast live via Zoom. Either way attendance remains free of charge for GlosArch members.
Sadly, since the Heritage Lottery Fund grant that supported last season’s lectures, has run out we are now having to charge for attendance. Each lecture will cost £5 to attend, which can be paid by bank transfer. To receive the GlosArch bank details, and be added to the circulation for the Zoom link, please email: [email protected]
Alternatively, for £15 you can join GlosArch. As a member all lectures are free to attend and, if you miss one, you will receive a link to the recordings of all lectures (if we are permitted by the lecturer to record them). You will also receive a copy of our annual journal, Glevensis, two newsletters per year and regular emails which often include details of other events that can be attended online. Should you live within reach of Gloucestershire, you will also be entitled to take part in our fieldwork activities. To join GlosArch, please visit our website http://www.glosarch.org.uk/howtojoin.html