Archaeology date for your diary

On the 17th November 2021 there is a presentation on the findings of the archaeology survey undertaken across the proposed Otterpool Park Town area. This survey was part of the planning process for the development. The presentation is being given by Kate Clover, the Senior Archaeological Consultant from Arcadis. The presentation will be at Lympne Castle and places need to be booked by emailing stanfordhistorykent@gmail.com with name and number of places. Entry £3 single & £5 for a couple. Doors open at 6pm presentation starts at 7pm. Bar opens at 6pm. Presentation will cover numerous significant findings.

2 thoughts on “Archaeology date for your diary

  1. From the secretary of Stanford & Westenhanger History Society.Good afternoon,I’m sorry to tell you but the talk at Lympne Castle is fully booked now. We put the posters out a couple of weeks ago including directly to all residents in the two villages.  So sorry to disappoint your members if they wanted to attend.Best wishes, Jane BridgesSent from my Galaxy

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  2. Sorry, but we did not see notice or to our home.

    As I have been most activity with the Otterpool venture, am disappointed. I’ve taken leaflets round to all Sellindge and Lympne, about Otterpool, but have not done anything for the archaelogy, but all the same as it does about Otterpool, this is a bit poor, not letting us to attend/ being full.

    Anyway we have an appointment on that date, so we hope it goes along well. However this is just to let you know about this and most importantly nothing was put through our letterbox.

    Carole Abbott.

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