Amazing Archaeological Discoveries 24th June 2019

Categories: Uncategorized
Tags: No Tags
Comments: Comments Off
Published on: April 24, 2019

The Archaeology event on March 11th was very successful and much enjoyed but unfortunately we had to turn many people away as the venue was full! We are very sorry for any disappointment this caused so, back by popular demand –

Amazing Archaeological Discoveries
‘A new view down the River Deben valley –
Prehistoric, Roman and Saxon archaeology along the East Anglia One cable route’

by archaeologist Andy Peachey

Monday 24th June 2019
7.30 pm.

at
St Michael’s Church Centre,
The Drift, Martlesham Heath, IP5 3PL

Admission, by ticket only, £5.00

Light refreshments and a raffle.

The venue is fully accessible and there is adjacent free parking.

Tickets, £5.00, can be obtained in advance from the Burrows family, 17 Squires Lane, Martlesham Heath, Suffolk IP5 3UG, please provide a stamped addressed envelope, and any cheques payable to ‘The Roger David Burrows Music Fund’.

Andy is an archaeologist who has been working across East Anglia for the last 15 years and over the last two years on a major project, the East Anglia One cable route. He will be talking about the amazing and unexpected finds discovered during this work, some close to Martlesham, including an exciting array of new settlement evidence, including Roman and Saxon buildings and an exceptional prehistoric monument, trackway and artefacts that may coincide with the earliest settlements and agriculture in the region approximately 4000 years BC. Some of these were featured on BBC4’s Digging for Britain in December last year and earlier in the local press.

Further information about the above event and the Music Fund can be obtained from the
Burrows family (01473 625196)

Welcome , today is Sunday, July 21, 2019