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Bronze Age Day – Part One

October 2 @ 11:00 - 13:00

Free

Join the SANHS Archaeology Committee for this virtual event on Saturday 2 October.

Please sign up via Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/bronze-age-day-part-one-tickets-174072303947.

Programme for the day:

11:00 – 11:15 Introduction
David Baker and David Dawson
11:15 – 12:00 Rash Speculators and Competent Authorities – Encounters past and present with Somerset’s Bronze Age metalwork
Martyn Barber (Historic England)
12:00 – 12:45 Title TBC
Dr Jodie Lewis (University of Worcester)
12:45 – 13:00 Questions and Close
David Dawson and Speakers

 

This event is free, but donations are welcome. Go to sanhs.org/fundraising.

Details

Date:
October 2
Time:
11:00 - 13:00
Cost:
Free

Organiser

SANHS Archaeology Committee

Venue

Online

GRADING OF WALKS

Events are graded from 1-4 in difficulty. The grading is found in the event description in the calendar on this page. Keep in mind that a change in weather conditions can make a walk more difficult than anticipated. All walks and activities demand a basic level of fitness, suitable footwear and waterproof clothing.

1 Easy – generally even ground with a few gentle slopes; no special fitness needed.  Comfortable footwear required.

2 Moderate – for reasonably fit people, may include unsurfaced rural paths and tracks, moderate slopes, uneven surfaces, steps and stiles. Walking shoes/boots required.

3 Strenuous – for fit, experienced walkers, will include hills, uneven surfaces, tracks and may include muddy terrain. Walking boots and waterproof clothing are essential.

4 Confined spaces – including caves and attics. Locations may be dusty, slippery and dark.

Activity leaders carry out a risk assessment beforehand. Participants are required to provide emergency contact details before taking part in an activity – this information is destroyed by the group leader after the activity has taken place.