If you’re interested in local history you won’t want to miss a free webinar being organised by Dorset Council on Wednesday 26 May from 6.30-8.30pm.
Over the last year there have been some interesting archaeology discoveries and some projects to improve some heritage sites in Dorset.
Organised by the council’s historic environment team, participants will hear from Sam Moorhead, from the British Museum who will talk about some interesting and recent finds of Roman coins in Dorset
Kate Rogers, assistant receiver of wreck, will give a presentation on the latest on shipwrecks off the Dorset coast.
Steve Wallis from Dorset Council will provide a presentation about how Dorset Council, working with partners, has improved the Roman Town House based in the grounds of County Hall in Dorchester
Paul Hamnett, National Grid, and John Boothroyd, Oxford Archaeology, will talk about the results of the important archaeological excavations that have been found on an electricity scheme project where cables cross the South Dorset Ridgeway underground.
You can view the webinar when it begins by visiting https://bit.ly/3f3qVsH
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