Lewes History Group Members’ Trip: The Flint Man, Lewes – Tuesday 9th September 2014, from 2:30 to 3:45pm

Flint is one of the more iconic building materials to be found in the buildings of Lewes. One of the finest examples is right in the middle of the High Street, can you guess which building it is? Let one of today’s experts in this ancient art explain the mysteries and techniques which make flint so enduring and fashionable.

The Flint Man gives fascinating talks, and this outing is sure to prove highly popular. With no distance to travel this trip will be suitable for all Lewes History Group members.

More information on the Flint Man’s website

This is an exclusive day for Lewes History Group members and numbers are limited to 20.

Venue: This talk will begin at 2:30 pm at the entrance to Lewes Castle.

Admission is by ticket at £5.00

Tickets are available for this and other LHG outings from Paul Waller (Outings Organiser) on meeting nights at The King’s Church in Lewes, by contacting him on 01323 872088, or by using the contact form below.

It is essential that you book well in advance for these trips

The outings are primarily for Lewes History Group members only, but they may purchase tickets for accompanying non-members. When possible tours will be exclusively for LHG.

All members are asked to make their own way to the venue in good time. Regrettably we are not able to to arrange transportation for these trips.

See the Members’ Visits page for a list of  forthcoming monthly trips organised by the Lewes History Group.

 

Contact Paul Waller for tickets using this form: