Diary Dates

2019

11 April – speaking to the members of Lee WI in the comfort of Lee Memorial Hall, North Devon.

31 May to 2 June – at the fabulous Eboracum Roman Festival in York. A family-friendly celebration of all things Roman, in the delightful setting of the Museum gardens.

Centurion in straw hat. Soldiers
Tribune and centurion wearing competing hats.

15-16 June Milton Keynes Festival of History, where different centuries collide – many of them armed and dangerous. Another great free family event, set in Campbell Park. I’ll be on the stall run by friends from CLASP, an archaeology group based in nearby Northants.

10 July – looking forward to my first-ever trip to Penzance, where I’ll be speaking at the Morrab Library.

11 September – Speaking to the members of the WI who meet in the lovely village of Mortehoe, North Devon.

15 October – Husband has been known to mutter, “Don’t focus too much on the archaeology!” when I’m putting together a talk. But TONIGHT’S THE NIGHT, because I’ll be speaking to the North Devon Archaeology Society! Hooray!

6 November Honoured to be invited to speak to Southampton’s branch of the Classical Association! You don’t have to be a member to come. We’ll be at King Edward VI School in Wilton Road – SO15 5JA. Tea and coffee at 7, meeting at 7.30 and the charge for non-members is £3 – but students get in for £1.

12 November, a trip to the seaside at Dawlish, where I’ll be speaking at the Library at 7pm. Here’s all the info:

Poster for talk at Dawlish Library

27 November – speaking to members of Braunton Caen Rotary. I’ve been invited to dinner, too. 😊 Must remember not to speak with the mouth full.

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