Excellent talk about Broadstairs with some brilliant old photographs which really brought the past to life! Our next event is on Monday 29th June, a visit to Fordwich, with a guided tour of the Medieval Town Hall. We will have more information on this shortly…
Our next talk this Monday the 18th May is The History of Broadstairs by Barrie Wootton.
It will take place at our Crampton Tower HQ, doors open at 7.15 for a 7.45 pm start.
27th April 2015
The talk will take place at Crampton Tower Yard, Broadstairs.
Doors open at 7.15 for a 7.45 start.
Free to members, £2 for non-members.
See you there! For information on other talks we have throughout the year check out our What’s On page.
A new article about the Society’s ownership of the Stirling Castle shipwreck is now available.
Fascinating history by Andrew Mayfield of the Randall Manor digs, which lasted for 10 years! And exciting plans for the future in Cobham and the grounds of Cobham Hall, and the Julius Caesar Project. Watch this space!
We have a talk tonight by Andrew Mayfield, (Kent’s Community Archaeology Liaison Officer), about the community excavations at Shorne Woods.
Check out our new Twitter page too! Follow us now and never miss a talk again!
Details for our 2015 course of lectures in archaeology can now be found on our What’s On page. They’re a great place to start if you’d like to develop some practical archaeological skills, allowing you to prepare for a voluntary excavation, or perhaps if your considering doing a degree in archaeology. This course is taught by professional archaeologists, and the next lecture will be on site surveys, 13th April. Places are limited so please book early.
The Society is currently carrying out a geophysical survey of Holmes Park in Knights Avenue, Broadstairs. Find out more and contact us if you would like to become involved!
Check out our updated What’s On page now to see what talks and activities we have lined up for the year ahead! Our new committee can also be found here. Please feel free to contact us if you have any suggestions for events or activities you’d like to see us run.
IOTAS AGM was a very successful evening, with lots of ideas for future events being passed around. We will update our What’s On page very soon so stay tuned!