HS2 Conference Programme 2020

HS2 Conference online

Saturday 4 April 2020, 1pm-5pm

1pm-onwards       Signing on to the Conference website
– instructions will be circulated in the days before 4 April.

1.30pm       Introduction
Peter Marsden, Chair Bucks Archaeological Society.

                    Progress in 2019, including Stoke Mandeville Old Church
 Jay Carver, Lead Archaeologist for Fusion and HS2.

  • There will be an opportunity for questions to each speaker at the end of his/her session.

1.50pm       From hunter-gatherer to homesteader: archaeology in the Colne Valley
Iain Williamson

2.35pm       Persistent places: The discovery of a monumental landscape at Wendover’s  Wellwick Farm
Rachel Wood

A chance to visit your own kitchen!

3.35pm       Romans and Saxons in Buckinghamshire: Great Missenden longhouses and Chetwode settlements in the first millennium 
Dan Hounsell

4.20pm       Romano-British archaeology in N’hants and Warwickshire, including finds from the Battle of Edgcote 1469
Nick Finch

5pm            Final questions, and Conference ends              

SIGN UP NOW, if you haven’t done this yet, by eMailing ‘Count me in’ to bucksasaag@gmail.com using the email address where we can contact you. When all the technology is in place we will let you know how to join the HS2 Archaeology Conference-on-the-Web on 4 April.  

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