Buckinghamshire Local History Network (BLHN)
HS2 Archaeology: Buckinghamshire Discoveries in Year 3
Saturday 21st November – on-line Half Day Conference
On-line from 2pm to 5pm, with a half-time break for tea.
Buckinghamshire Gardens Trust is a member of the Buckinghamshire Local History Network (BLHN). Under its umbrella of sharing information and networking BLHN have kindly extended an invitation to the conference on Saturday 21 November focusing on the discoveries made as work continues on the HS2 line in Year 3. Many of you may have previously attended the two earlier conferences the one in April, also on-line:
The conference will cover four reports from archaeologists working on the route of the high-speed rail line across Buckinghamshire:
- Stoke Mandeville old church and churchyard excavations
- Grim’s Ditch south of Wendover,
- the deserted medieval village site at Doddershall,
- an iron-age ‘banjo enclosure’ at Wormleighton, and railways, historic landscapes and historic buildings along the line.