9.45am – 4.30pm, Saturday 22 November, Queen’s Hall, Beaumont St, Hexham
The Hadrian’s Wall Archaeology Forum is an annual day conference featuring talks for the general public about new discoveries in the Hadrian’s Wall frontier zone including the Cumbrian coast.
This year’s programme features talks on excavation projects at Maryport (John Zant and Tony Wilmott), Vindolanda (Andrew Birley) and Wallsend (Nick Hodgson) as well as that at Binchester (David Mason), which has revealed arguably the best-preserved Roman building in the whole of Britain.
There will also be a range of publications on sale at reduced prices.
£12 (inc. tea/coffee mid-morning and mid-afternoon)
Enquiries and bookings:
The Queen’s Hall, Beaumont St, Hexham, NE46 3LS
Tel: 01434 652477
Dr David Mason, Archaeology Section, Durham County Council, County Hall, Durham, DH1 5UQ
Tel: 03000 267012