Bristol and Gloucestershire Archaeological Society
Committee for Archaeology in Gloucestershire
Annual Symposium 2020 - A day of Gloucester archaeology
A conference on Saturday 21st March 2020
Lecture Theatre, Oxstalls Campus, University of Gloucestershire
10am to 5pm
Cost £15 each
Speakers and talks
Amy Bunce - The archaeology of Project Pilgrim
Peter Cox - The rural hinterland: multi-period activity at Grange Road
Carolyn Heighway - Gloucester Abbey: the Romanesque elements
Henry Hurst - 11-17 Southgate Street, fifty years on
Andrew Mudd - Roman legacies: excavations at Upper Quay Street 1989 and Ladybellegate Street 1991
Kevin Potter - Discoveries at St Mary de Crypt
Martin Watts - Llanthony Secunda Re-Formation project
Professor Keith Wilkinson - My time in prison: geoarchaeological borehole surveys of Gloucester’s historic waterfront
Free parking is available on the campus. The Stagecoach Cheltenham-Gloucester 94 bus stops outside the campus gates.
Click for maps of Oxstalls Campus. The lecture theatre is on the ground floor of the library block (no. 2 on the map).
Tea and coffee are included and will be provided at mid-morning and afternoon breaks.
The university canteen will not be open at lunchtime, so please bring a packed lunch. Alternatively pub meals are available at the King Edward and Greyhound pubs a short drive away. There is a Co-op store in Longlevens (a ten minute walk).
To book tickets please visit Eventbrite here