Cheshire - Visit to the Poulton Research Project

Cheshire - Visit to the Poulton Research Project

Hosted by the Cambridge Society of West Cheshire and North Wales
Saturday, 28 April 2018
Open to: 
Alumni and guests

Alumni and guests are invited to join the Cambridge Society of West Cheshire and North Wales for their upcoming event to the Poulton Research Project. Poulton is a small farming hamlet just outside Chester with a fascinating archaeological story to tell. Over the past twenty years, archaeologists from the Poulton Research Project have been uncovering the remains of over 10,000 years of human activity. Kevin Cootes, Consultant Archaeologist and Site Director will talk about some of the exciting discoveries on the site. 

10.30am - Doors open. Tea or Coffee will be provided in lecture theatre
11.15pm -12.30pm (approx) - Talk by Kevin Cootes
1pm - Lunch at Moules A Go-Go, 6 – 12 Cuppin Street, Chester CH1 2BN

Booking information

Talk alone £5, for the talk plus a two course meal £20 (drinks excluded).

Book using the link below. Please let Hilary Davies, Treasurer, know whether you intend to attend, either just the talk (£5), or the talk and the lunch (£20) by Sunday, 11 February.

Price: 
£5 - £20 per person

Booking Form

Location

Grosvenor Museum
Grosvenor Street
Chester
CH1 2DD
United Kingdom

Accessibility

There is access in the Grosvenor for mobility impaired people and there is a disabled lavatory with lift access. We will be eating on the ground floor at Moules A Go-Go and there is a disabled lavatory. There is parking at the castle car park for £5 per day.

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