Monday, 20 October 2014

WWF Living Planet Centre's one year anniversary

WWF-UK is having a Saturday open day at the Living Planet Centre in Woking on Saturday 1 November 2014 to celebrate the first anniversary of our official opening.
We’ll be open between 1 - 5pm and everyone’s welcome! Why not pop in with your friends and family to take part in some free family craft activities and face painting, find out about the natural world and WWF’s work  in the WWF Experience, see what adoptions and gifts we offer, or take a tour and see behind the scenes of our fantastic building!

Woking History Society Minutes Secretary

Woking History Society’s Trustees
urgently seek a
MINUTES SECRETARY
to join their friendly committee.
(We can’t function properly without one.)
The job involves:
  • taking minutes at 4 committee meetings in 2015
  • writing up the minutes and sending them to committee members
  • circulating agendas before committee meetings.

If you would like to know more, or if you wish to offer your services

please contact Jan Mihell via historywoking@gmail.com

The Sussex School of Archaeology CBA SE Autumn Conference

Aspects of Pre-History in South-East England

Saturday 1st November at the Huxley Lecture Theatre, Huxley Bulding, University of Brighton Moulsecoomb Campus, Lewes Road, Brighton BN2 4GJ. Map & directions.

Chaired by Professor Sue Hamilton and David Rudling, this conference will be a tribute in memory of Professor Peter Drewett who died in 2013.  Speakers include:
  • Matt Pope & Becky Scott 'The archaeology of early Homo in SE England'
  • Paul Garwood 'Social organisation of earlier Neolithic communities'
  • Julie Gardiner & David Field 'Flint mining - organisation, operation and social significance'
  • Michael Allen 'Beaker settlement on the Downs and the prehistoric impact on the chalklands'
  • John Manley 'An Iron Age social history for the South-East'
  • Caroline Wells 'Between chalk and sea - aspects of prehistory on the West Sussex coastal plain'
To book download the booking form from the Sussex School of Archaeology  website or call on 01323 811785.

Conference fees:

CBA SE members & Students: £27 (£32 with buffet lunch)

Others: £30 (£35 with buffet lunch)

Tea and coffee will be provided at morning and afternoon breaks.


If you wish to include the buffet lunch with your ticket, please book your place by 5pm on Friday 24th October.


 
Our venue is the Huxley Lecture Theatre, housed in the new Huxley Building, situated behind the Cockcfroft building on the University of Brighton Moulsecoomb campus.