From September to May we offer a programme of talks in the cinema of the New Park Centre, New Park Road, Chichester on the fourth Wednesday of the month, given by leading archaeologists, authors and academics. Local courses and events are publicised and magazines are available for members to borrow. Refreshments are available in the bar after the meeting, when there is a chance to chat. We welcome non-members at the lectures, which start at 7.30 pm and usually finish about 9 pm. An entry fee of £5 is payable by non-members at the door.
The first post-lockdown talk will take place at the New Park Centre on 22nd September.
This and subsequent presentations will also be recorded and live-streamed for remote viewing but this is available for members only. Non-member guests are not allowed into the lecture on this occasion, this will be reviewed for next time. Please note that availability of seats may be limited and a mask or face covering must be worn in the building unless you are exempt on medical grounds. The auditorium has air conditioning and is cleaned twice a day.
Wednesday 22nd September: Prof. Tony King on 'Hayling Island and Meonstoke: two Iron Age/Roman temples in Southern Britain'
Wednesday 27th October: Dr. Stuart Needham on 'The Golden Barrow of the Sun: Early Bronze Age barrows, funerary practices and cosmology in the Rother Region.'