Fri 21st July, Sat 22nd July and Sun 23 July 2017
ENHAS dig around Butts Brow led by Greg Chuter
In July ENHAS will be carrying out a dig at Butts Brow led by Greg Chuter. It will consist of three trenches over three earthworks around a nearby area.
There is already a list of would-be participants and places are limited but we will endeavour to get any ENHAS members who want to get involved in some way.
Now we realise not everyone wants to, is capable of, or can come every day. So let us know your do’s and don’ts. For example there will be jobs such as digging, some pot washing, drawing, chatting to passers by etc. Greg and the more experienced members will also give training.
If you are interested in taking part please contact Bob Williams Email: email@example.com .
It is also planned to follow up with further training sessions in identifying pottery, bones, glass and metal together with training on survey work and illustrating artefacts. Again please contact Bob if you are interested in coming along to these workshops.
As agreed at the AGM, from September our monthly programme of speaker meetings will take place on the third Friday of the month, not the second!
The first talk will be on Friday 15 September 2017 when
Chris Greatorex and Greg Chuter
will give a talk entitled:
“Excavations at Belle Tout, a 100 year old mystery solved”.
20 October and 17 November meetings TBA
Christmas Meeting on Friday 15 Dec
Short talks by ENHAS members
(Will you volunteer to speak on an aspect of archaeology or natural history?)
Unless arranged elsewhere, meetings are at:
St Saviour’s Church Hall, Spencer Rd, Eastbourne BN21 4PA
Meetings start at 7.30 pm, doors open 7.05 pm
Members free, visitors £2.50
Coffee, tea, cake and biscuits will be served at the end of the meeting.
For further information about the Society contact:
E: firstname.lastname@example.org or T: 01323 731792 M: 07811 480292
The Pavilion, Redoubt Fortress Museum, Eastbourne BN22 7AQ
The Summerdown Camp Exhibition
An ENHAS guided tour on Sunday 24 May
Summerdown Camp was the largest convalescent camp during the First World War in the United Kingdom, nestled next to the downs in Eastbourne.
Discover the inspiring stories of brave soldiers and valiant women as well as the pioneering medical treatments carried out.
Katherine Buckland, curator, will give us a special guided tour of the exhibition explaining what has been discovered when putting the exhibition together.
Meet at the Pavilion at 10.30am prompt.