NHAS Events

Tuesday 4th November: ‘The Impact of Developer Funding on the Investigation and Recording of Archaeology in Hertfordshire’, by Dr. Isobel Thompson, Historic Environment Record Officer, Hertfordshire County Council. Letchworth Free Church (small hall), Gernon Rd, 8pm.

Friday 14th November: ‘Stepping into Britain: the first humans in East Anglia and Northern Europe’, by Dr. Nick Ashton, Curator, Dept. of Prehistory of Europe, British Museum. Flitton Church hall, 7.30pm. Entrance charge of £5 in aid of St John the Baptist church.

Tuesday 2nd December: Members’ evening, wine and cheese buffet. £3 a head. Letchworth Free Church (small hall), 8pm. Mark Stevenson, Planning Adviser, English Heritage, will give a presentation on the Thames Tideway Tunnel Project (Bazalgette Phase 2).

Tuesday 20th January 2015: ‘Norton Henge and the Neolithic of East Letchworth’, by Keith Fitzpatrick-Matthews, NHDC Archaeology Officer. Letchworth Free Church (small hall), 8pm.

February 2015: Site Visit to Ravensburgh Castle Iron Age Hillfort, Hexton. A guided tour will be led by Patrick Ashley-Cooper, the landowner, and Gil Burleigh.

SUBSCRIPTIONS

2014/15 Subscriptions become due on 1st June 2014. Please renew now. The Society cannot continue to function without all members’ subscriptions. In particular, lecturers fees and expenses and hall hire have to come from subscriptions. Lack of sufficient income from subscriptions may result in fewer lectures. It’s up to us members.

Outstanding subscriptions may be paid in person at any meeting when membership cards can usually be issued also. Otherwise subscription cheques may be posted to Diane Burleigh, NHAS, 10 Cromwell Way, Pirton, Hitchin, Herts SG5 3RD.

Adult £19, Family £24, Concessions (over 65, under 16), £10.

Non-members are welcome at any of our meetings. There will be a charge of £3 for entry.

Please renew your subscription otherwise you may be removed from our membership and circulation lists.

Thank you.

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