Fen Edge Archaeology Group (FEAG) have released their programme of speakers for 2012-13.
FEAG is a group of amateur archaeologists whose aim is to promote further understanding of the archaeology of the Fen Edge area covering the parishes of Willingham, Rampton, Cottenham, Landbeach and Waterbeach. The group was formed in 2008 and currently has over 50 members. In 2010 Dr Carenza Lewis, Director of Access Cambride Archaeology, became the Honorary President of the group.
If you are interested in joining FEAG the annual subscription is £10 each for adults and £3 each for children. Anyone under 18 wishing to join must join with an adult family member.
Wednesday 19th September 7.30 pm at the Tony Cooper Suite, Cottenham Village College
‘Environmental Archaeology and the Roman Fen Edge, with particular reference to the Twenty Pence Project’ by Rachel Ballantyne
Wednesday 28th November 7.30 pm at the Tony Cooper Suite, Cottenham Village College
‘The Archaeology of Medieval Children’ Presidential Address by Carenza Lewis followed by AGM
Wednesday 16th January 7.30 pm at the Tony Cooper Suite, Cottenham Village College
‘Life in the Biddenham Loop’ by Mike Luke
Wednesday 12th March 7.30pm at Willingham Baptist Church
‘The Hallaton Treasure – A Late Iron Age shrine in Leicestershire’ by Peter Liddle
Wednesday 15th May 7.30 pm at the Tony Cooper Suite, Cottenham Village College
‘The Medieval Leper: the Huntingdon and Norwich Evidence’ by Elizabeth Popescu