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Join us at Dig Whitehawk events this winter!
Brighton 3650BC to 2015AD: The People, Place and Archaeology of Whitehawk Camp
5 March 2015, Courthouse Lecture Theatre, Brighton Museum, 7-9pm
Join us for an evening talk presenting the results and findings from the Whitehawk Camp Community Archaeology Project. Free event and no need to book.
The evening will cover:
-The history of the project and Whitehawk Camp's place in Brighton
-The findings of the archaeological fieldwork and reassessment of the finds from the 20s and 30s excavations, how this changes our understanding of the site and what new questions it raises
-Brighton and Hove Archaeological Society's role in promoting and protecting Brighton's heritage
-How the existing archive has been re-catalogued, re-packed and made more accessible for future study.
-The current value of the site, its natural heritage, what changes the project has helped bring about on site and what the future may bring.
-How the project has engaged with the local community and stories from the project
There will be two sessions of c. 45 minutes with a tea/coffee break half way through and an opportunity to ask questions and discuss the project at the end.
24 March 2015. Whitehawk Library, 9-4pm
We will be in Whitehawk Library all day with a project stand and display. See real prehistoric objects against the backdrop of Whitehawk Hill!
17 April 2015, Lewes Archaeological Group, Town Hall Lecture Room, Lewes, 7.30pm
Jon Sygrave 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. More details on the LAG website.