AVAS Winter Meeting Programme 2012-2013

The summer seems to have flown by, and it is time once again to announce the winter meeting programme.  Please note that visitors are very welcome at meetings.


Sept. 5th:  Bouldnor Cliff and the Mesolithic history of the Solent
Speaker:   Garry Momber (or colleague), Hampshire & Wight Trust for Maritime Archaeology

Oct. 3rd:  Gateway to the Past – Football Field – A Glimpse into 8000 Years of Settlement
Speaker:  Bryan Popple,  Member East Dorset Antiquarian Society, AVAS

Nov. 7th:  Ancient Trees
Speaker:  Bryan Wilson, Senior Tree Officer New Forest National Park Authority

Dec. 5th:  The Mary Rose: 1511 – 2012 – A Journey Through Time
Speaker: Alexzandra Hildred, Curator of Ordnance, The Mary Rose Trust

Jan. 2nd:   Members` Evening  ~  Reports,  displays,  presentations

Feb. 6th:  A History of Aerial Photography and Archaeology – Mata Hari`s Glass Eye & Other Stories
Speaker: Martyn Barber, Senior Investigator Aerial Survey & Investigation Team,English Heritage, Swindon

Mar 6th:     The New Zealand Graves at Brockenhurst
Speaker:Clare Church, Local Historian and Author

April 3rd:  Roman Army Fact or Fiction ?    

May 1st:  Annual General Meeting (followed by members` presentations)

MEETINGS  7.30pm at  Ann Rose Hall,  Greyfriars Community Centre,  Christchurch Road,  Ringwood  BH24 1DW
MEETING FEES:-  Members £1.00,  Visitors £3.00, ANNUAL SUBSCRIPTION:-  Adult £10.00,  Full-time Student £5.00
ENQUIRIES TO:-   The Chairman,  Mark Vincent  01425 473677 or  The Hon Secretary,  C.W.Atkinson  01722  326978

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