This article appeared in the Spring 1971 (Issue #23) edition of the Kent Archaeological Review.
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Open Weekends at Warbank.
The main event of the autumn programme in West Kent was the Open Week-ends at the Roman villa and cemetery site at Lower Warbank, Keston. These were held in October and although given the minimum amount of publicity, well over 3,000 visitors streamed on to the site. Lively guided tours by Group members were much appreciated, as were those given by some of the first year students from the Bromley Training School. Visitors were again able to see work in progress as well as finds from the Warbank excavations, now in their fourth year. A large coloured site-plan was prepared by Mr M Godfrey and many photographs of local sites were displayed. More than 700 copies of the Review were sold and the booklet A Walk Through Keston sold out completely.