Heritage Training Session: What Archaeology Can Reveal - Benington
In partnership with Benington Heritage Community Trust
Learn about the archaeological excavations that took place at this historic Grade I listed church, which is 13th century in origin and retains many of it’s original features. The process of archaeological work that takes place when historic churches are regenerated will be addressed. The church, which is currently undergoing adaptation works will become a community and events centre, opening in October 2018. The session will be led by Alex Beeby, Senior Project Officer at Archaeological Project Services and will include a presentation and discussion followed by a tour of the building.
This free event is tailored for college and university students and heritage professionals. However, all individuals over the age of 16 are welcome. The maximum capacity is 9 attendees.
The tour will take place at ground level.
Attendees will need to wear sensible footwear, such as walking boots (wellington boots are not permitted). Attendees should bring appropriate clothing with them for the outside tour of the building. Hard hats and high visibility jackets will be provided.
Light refreshment will be available.
Parking at: Benington Village Hall, David’s Lane, Benington, PE22 0BZ.
Please note that in the event of bad weather it may be necessary to postpone this session to ensure safety. Should this occur, ticket holders will be informed.
For more information please phone Amelia on 07917060536.