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IWNHAS e-bulletin_July 2020 out now

Catch up with the news from IWNHAS in our July e-bulletin here:

https://mailchi.mp/5a42ed08ebe4/iwnhas-e-bulletin_july2020

Archaeology talk cancelled

The talk planned for March 21st has been cancelled because of the current situation.

Centenary Conference Tickets now available

Visit tinyurl.com/sxzpskv for tickets to our forthcoming conference ‘Environmental Change on the Isle of Wight: past, present & future’ on Saturday 4th April 2020 at The Riverside Centre.

There’s a packed programme for this special event featuring local and regional speakers and national experts all with knowledge of the Island (more…)

Centenary Conference – Environmental Change on the Isle of Wight: past, present & future

Tickets are now available online at: tinyurl.com/sxzpskv for our forthcoming conference ‘Environmental Change on the Isle of Wight: past, present & future’ on Saturday 4th April 2020 at The Riverside Centre.

There’s a packed programme for this special event featuring local and regional speakers and national experts all with knowledge of the Island (more…)

Saturday November 3oth

A reminder about Alan Phillip’s talk ‘Norse Mythology and Religion’.

2pm at St. Lawrence village hall.

Saturday October 12th

A reminder about the Archaeology talk about our work in the Shalfleet area.

St Lawrence Village Hall at 2pm.

Help needed at Brading Roman Villa

The villa will be hosting an exhibition from the British Museum called Hoards: The Hidden History of Britain.

It will run from June 29th to September 28th.

Volunteers are needed to steward the exhibition.

No knowledge or experience is needed as basically you just need to sit in the room and be available.

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Wednesday March 20th

10a.m.  Geophysics (Mag and Res) at our usual site.

We will continue the survey we started last time, in the North East field.

Archaeology Talk October 20th: Change of subject

Please note change of subject.

Tima and venue is the same.

Time detectives: How the humans connected with the past.

Last month we looked at the basic beginnings of our species, and what they were doing in Britain in the last half a million years. The other side of the equation, of course, being who was recording these events and trying to make sense of how we all got here. Enter The Archaeologist!

Bat detecting walks

Join the Isle of Wight Bat Group and Isle of Wight Bat Hospital for a special ‘International Bat Weekend’ Event at Appley Park, Ryde later this week on the evening of Saturday 25th August 2018.

This free, family friendly event kicks off at 7pm with the first walk starting at 7.30pm.

Click here for more detailed information