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Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Day School: Hillforts: What are they and how are they conserved?


Date: 6.6.09

Held 9.30am (registration, talks begin at 10am) to 4.30pm at The Drill Hall, Lower Church Street , Chepstow , NP16 5HJ by Chepstow Museum .


Six distinguished speakers: Professor John Collis, Niall Sharples, Dr Ray Howell, Dr Neil Rimmington, Jon Hoyle and Samantha Williams


Cheques payable to Monmouthshire County Council, pre-booking required. Cost £7 / 2.50 conc.


Contact: Chepstow Museum, Gwy House, Bridge Street , Chepstow, Monmouthshire NP16 5EZ, tel 01291 625981 e-mail:
chepstowmuseum@monmouthshire.gov.uk

For a PDF document relating to this event please click here


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