Programme of Future Events


19.00, Thursday 25th July 2024
Guided tour of  St Andrew's Church, Clevedon

Meet at the church; £5 donation payable to the church's guide upon arrival.

 

Andrews

St Andrew’s Church is situated on Wain’s Hill, an Iron Age hill fort located approximately one mile south west of Clevedon town centre. The church was built on Anglo-Saxon foundations; parts of the original 12th-century church remain with 14th and 15th-century additions. The church  has been designated as a Grade 1 listed building. (Wain’s Hill overlooks the Bristol Channel).

 

CDAS STUDY TOUR   Sunday 4th to Thursday 8th August 2024

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Winter Programme (further details to follow in due couse).

 

19.30, Thursday 26th September 2024

David Hart, Chair of Worle History Society 

Somerset & the Vikings 1069 - Caught between Two Fires!

Viking

 

19.30, Thursday 31st October 2024
Lynne Davies - Piercefield Through the Ages

 

PF4

 

19.30, Thursday 28th November 2024
Philip Ashford - Mediterranean Trade with the North Somerset Coast (1150-1350)

 

19.30, Thursday 30th January 2025
Prof. Ronald Hutton - The Archaeology of Ancient British Paganism  

 

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Ronald Hutton, Professor of History in Bristol’s Department of History, is a renowned and beloved academic and author of multiple books and publications. He is a leading authority on the history of the British Isles in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, on ancient and medieval paganism and magic, and on the global context of witchcraft beliefs.


19.30, Thursday 27th February 2025  
Mike Benton - Building Stones of Bristol

 

19.30, Thursday 27th March 2025       
Jane Lilly - Walton St Mary