Jonathan Sygrave: Whitehawk Hill Excavations
Jon is a Project Manager at Archaeology South-East. He will talk about the excavation in the summer of 2014 at Whitehawk Hill, Brighton and the collection of objects excavated from the site in the 1920s and 1930s.
The neolithic causewayed enclosure at Whitehawk Hill is a rare type of ritual monument predating Stonehenge by around 500 years and marks the emergence of Britain’s first farming communities
Venue: Lecture Room, Lewes Town Hall (Fisher Street entrance, lift access available)
Entrance (including tea or coffee) is LAG members: £3 (£2 concessions);
non-members: £4 (£3 concessions).
Non-members are very welcome
Free entrance for those aged 18 and under