Tuesday 12th September 2017
'Achieving Seas Full of Life: An Introduction to
MCS with a focus on sustainable seafood.'
Sam Stone, Head of Fisheries and Aquaculture.Marine Conservation Society.
"UK seas are vital to the fabric of our lives - uninhabited by over 8,000 marine species, providing a wealth of resources from fish and shellfish to marine renewable energy as well as a place of leisure,
giving joy to millions of visitors every year and supporting coastal economies. But UK seas are also amongst the most heavily used
in the world and are under threat"
This is a different talk from the one in the new programme as the
original speaker is recuperating from surgery.

Tuesday 10th October 2017
"A Day in the life of a Curator"
Gail Boyle
Senior Curator(Archaeology)Bristol Museum.

Tuesday 14th November 2017
"Archaeology and Pottery Production
in the South West of England"
David Dawson. Wiltshire Museum Director.

Tuesday 12th December 2017
"Recent work on the Vikings in the West Country"
Derek Gore. University of Exeter.
Please Note; 7.00pm start for the
Festive December meeting.

Tuesday 9th January 2018
"Out in the dark-an introduction to Bats"
David Brown. Avon Bat Group.

Tuesday 13th February 2018
"Somerset Mason Marks"
Jerry Sampson, FSA. Cathedral Archaeologist.

Tuesday 13th March 2018
"The history and archaeology of hill forts
in South West England"
Dr. Ian Powlesland. University of Bristol.

Tuesday 10th April 2018
"The Royal Palaces of Cheddar"
John Page. Axbridge Museum and Axbridge LHS. at 7.00pm followed

Tuesday 8th May 2018
"Busy Romans and Reversing Rivers.
The last 2000 years at Kenn Moor"
Vince Russett. Vice President WANHS
NB: AGM starting at 7.00pm followed by refreshments
and talk at 7.45. Visitors Welcome.