The Seven Sisters Archaeological Project – Friday 18 March 2016, 7:30pm

A Lewes Archaeological Group talk

Tom Dommett, Archaeologist for the National Trust

Tom will talk about this major National Trust project to investigate and record the archaeology of the Seven Sisters in Sussex, which is under threat from erosion.

In 2015, investigations took place at Gayles Farm (an Iron Age and Romano-British site and where RAF Friston was based in World War II), Crowlink Coastguard Cottages, Baily’s Hill (a prehistoric site), and Belle Tout.

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Photo by DAVID ILIFF. License: CC-BY-SA 3.0

This talk will be followed at around 8:45pm by the Lewes Archaeological Group’s AGM.

Venue: Lecture Room, Lewes Town Hall (Fisher St entrance, lift access available)

Entry: (including tea/coffee) for members is £3/£2 for concessions.
Non-members are very welcome at £4/£3 for concessions.
FREE entry for those 18 years and under

Lewes Archaeological Group website

 

 

 

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