Revealing a Late Bronze Age enclosure (Joint LAMAS/Prehistoric Society lecture), 6.30pm
Andrew Peachey, Archaeological Solutions
Overlooking the former marshes on the north bank of the River Thames, the soil mark of a square enclosure has been recognised since the 1960s. Recent archaeological excavation in advance of mineral extraction has revealed this to be a Late Bronze Age enclosure with two distinct phases of activity, including roundhouses.
Refreshments are available from 6.00pm. Visitors are always welcome, especially from affiliated societies (non-members are asked to donate £2)
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