PRE-CONSTRUCT ARCHAEOLOGY
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Talks & Lectures


Many members of the PCA staff give up their own personal time to undertake lectures to a variety of audiences both at professional lectures and society talks. The diary of events below show where our staff our giving talks and lectures.


Forthcoming Talks and Lectures

Mark Hinman will be speaking at: Sat 2.30pm in Norwich Castle Museum

The Heathland Road
The archaeology of the A11 Fiveways to Thetford Improvements Scheme

 

 


Past Events


Duxford ,Cambridgeshire
Sian O Neill and Mark Hinman will be visiting Duxford School on Thursday 9th October to talk about the recent excavations of some very important Roman Pottery Kilns that PCA recently excavated on the new Welches Transport Site on Moorfield Road site as part of the students key stage 2 curriculum.

Ipswich, Suffolk
Mark Hinman will be speaking on the results of the major excavations carried out as part of the A11 improvements scheme as part of a one day conference:

Recent Archaeology in Suffolk
Saturday 18th October 2014
University Campus Suffolk
Waterfront Building, Ipswich, IP4 1QJ

The papers will cover sites and aspects of Suffolk’s Archaeology from the Bronze Age to WWII, and the event, despite moving to a larger venue, is now completely sold out.

November

Hopton on Sea, Norfolk
Laurence Morgan Shelbourne, Sian O Neill and Mark Hinman will be presenting the results of recent excavations of a highly significant early Neolithic and Romano British site at
Hopton Village Hall for Tuesday 18th November, 1300hrs to 1500hrs

Recent Archaeology in Cambridgeshire

Cambridge
In his role as conference secretary for the Cambridge Antiquarian Society Mark Hinman is organising this years round up of archaeological highlights from the county. The event will be held on 22nd November at the Law Faculty Building on the Sidgewick Campus of Cambridge University and is open to members and non members alike and pre booking is not required.

Jon House will be representing PCA on the day speaking on the recent excavations of some very unusual early Saxon burials from Haddenham. John Maloney will also be attending to front the PCA stand in the conference atrium.

Further program details can be found at: http://www.camantsoc.org/conf.html

December

Haddenham, Cambridgeshire

Jon House will be  speaking to the Haddenham Local History Society on December 5th in the Village Hall at 7pm. His talk is titled 'Excavations at the Three Kings Pub, an Early Saxon cemetery'.

John Maloney will be giving a talk about the Dickens Square Mosque Project Local History Group, Southwark Pensioners' Group:'Community archaeology on a Southwark mosque site' by John Maloney (Pre-Construct Archaeology) on Tuesday 8 July at 2pm to the Local History Group at Southwark Pensioners' Centre, 305, Camberwell Road, SE5 0HQ Tel 020 77084556.