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South Oxfordshire Archaeological Group is extending its excavations at Gatehampton Roman villa, near Goring-on-Thames into 2019. The focus this year will be the bath house and exploration of a possible new building. The visit will include an explanation of the site, a tour of the excavations and viewing of the latest finds. Whilst there is no fee for the tour, donations to the project are welcomed.
Following the visit to the excavation there is the option to stay locally for a pub lunch.
Excavations are continuing this year on the bath house at Silchester. For the visit Professor Mike Fulford, Site Director, will put the excavations in context, show the excavation itself and then show some of the finds.
Following the visit there is the option to stay for a pub lunch and/or view the ampitheatre and walk around the town walls. An audio guide has been produced by English Heritage featuring Mike Fulford that can be downloaded to iPod, mobile phone or mp3 player.
Whilst there is no fee for the visit donations will be welcome to support the project.
Starting at 11.30am we will be having a private guided visit to the Billingsgate Roman House and Baths lasting approximately 1.5 hrs.
This will be followed by a visit to the Mithraeum booked for 14.00.
The Temple of Mithras was discovered in 1954, and as part of the recent Bloomsberg redevelopment of the site, the temple was reconstructed where it was originally found. There is also a remarkable selection of Roman artefacts found around the site.
The Legions of Rome march into Ewell - enforcing the rule of the Empire. Discover what it was like to be a Roman Soldier. Learn about the weapons and tactics which made the Roman army so feared.
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£5 per child (includes accompanying adult)
At Herald of Spring 2019 there will be a Great Super Heroes fancy dress competition. Age groups: up to 5; 6-9; 10 upwards. Amazon gift vouchers as prizes.
There will be flower displays, a craft market, coffee shop and kids entertainment all day. Free entry.
A pdf about the event is attached.
On the night of 17th June 1919 a knock came on the door of 92 Lower Court Road. The messenger spoke and left. Thomas Green, Station Sergeant, Epsom Police Station, hurriedly put on his coat and when his daughter Lily asked where he was going, he explained he had just been told that Canadian soldiers were about to attack the police station. She told him to be careful and to be sure to wear his helmet, but he replied that he would go in his own clothes as that would be safer going through the streets. He put on his cap and left the house, never to return alive.
Spend time learning about the art of ancient Egypt and have fun wrapping mummies and carving hieroglyphs.
Two sessions: 10.30 - 12.00 and 13.00 - 14.30
£8 per child with £1 sibling discount.
Spaces limited so booking is essential.
The development of tanks in World War I was a response to the stalemate that had developed on the Western Front. In Great Britain a prototype was developed in 1915. Learn about this early tank and make your own to take home.
There are two sessions on this day with limited places so booking is essential.
A poster is attached as a pdf
Would you like to sit in a muddy funkhole? Learn who or what was a Moaning Minnie or a Jack Johnson. what did it mean if you were chatting and where was Blighty? Discover the answers when we are visited by a British Army Officer.
Full details and booking information available on the attached pdf.