Summer Lectures: Roman Archaeology – It’s rubbish!
Wednesday 26th June 2019 - 7:00-9:00pm
John Buglass has been working in archaeology since he first volunteered on the Mary Rose Project in 1982. Since then he has undertaken a variety of roles from excavator to project director. John recently worked on archaeological investigations at Norton Community Primary School, which uncovered a wealth of Roman finds.
In his lecture, John will share some of the highlights of the excavation, giving fascinating glimpses of life in Roman Norton, and the range of activities which took place on this site: including a period as a Roman rubbish dump!
Cost £5 per person
How to find us
We are located on the B1248 Yorkersgate in Malton. Our nearest car parks are Market Place which is free after 6pm, and Water Lane – pay and display. Our postcode for sat nav instructions is YO17 7AB.
The lectures at Malton Museum will be held in the Assembly Rooms, which are situated up a flight of stairs. Unfortunately, due to the age of the building, there is currently no lift access available.
Booking is not essential but it helps us to know how many people will be attending. You can do this by:
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Call: 01653 691262 to book your places, you can leave a message. Please let us know which lecture you will be attending, your name, and a contact number.
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