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Archaeology after Richard III: The Recent Archaeological discoveries in Leicester. By Matthew Morris BA MA AIFA (Lead Archaeologist on Richard III project)

Meetings held at, Arnold Methodist Church, 54 Front Street, Arnold, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG5 7EL
Richard III

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Tuesday 19th October 2021 | 7pm

Venue: Arnold Methodist Church

Tickets: £1.00 for members and £3.00 for non-members

An old friend of the Arnold Local History Group, Mathew Morris, lead archaeologist on the King Richard III dig, returns once more to reveal some of the latest projects carried out in and around Leicester, since first unearthing the incredible story behind King Richard III. 

From Roman cemeteries to a medieval friary, castle and 17th century civil war defences, Mathew’s wonderful presentation will detail the incredible finds which have been made, since that first unique moment back in September 2012.  

For more inormation on the evening or to book your ticket for this facinating talk please email using the link above. 

 

Guide Prices

Visitors can attend the talk at the cost of £3
If you wish to join the Arnold Local History Group you can do so also at the annual cost of £10 and entitles you to attend monthly meetings for £1, vote at the AGM and be eligible for election to the committee.

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