SHERF 2021 - Archaeology of the Church: Perspectives from Recent Work in the South-East

Date: 
Saturday, 27 November, 2021 - 10:00 to 16:00

This year's annual Surrey Historic Environment Research Framework will be held jointly with the Council for British Archaeology South-East annual conference and themed around the subject of church archaeology.

The event will be a one-day virtual conference held online, via Zoom video conferencing.

Speakers include Gabor Thomas (University of Reading) on Lyminge, Alistair Douglas (Pre-Construct Archaeology) on Bermondsey Abbey, Natalie Cohen (National Trust) on Canterbury Cathedral archaeology, Andrew Richardson (Canterbury Archaeological Trust) on St Eanswythe, Jo Seaman (Eastbourne Borough Council) on recent work at St Mary's Eastbourne, and Rob Briggs and Chris Reynolds (Surrey County Council) on the tomb monument of Sir Thomas Cawarden from St Mary the Virgin’s church, Bletchingley. 

The final programme and booking info will be available shortly, but for now, please save the date! 

Postal Address: 
Hackhurst Lane
Abinger
RH5 6SE