Council for Kentish Archaeology: Autumn Conference

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Joint Study Day by The University of Kent, with Council for Kentish Archaeology, and The Kent Archaeological Society.

Conference theme: IF THE KAISER SHOULD COME.
Defending Kent and the South-East during the Great War.

Date and Time:

Saturday 14th October 2017. (note change in date)
2pm to 5pm.

Location:

Rutherford College,
University of Kent,
Canterbury,
Kent.

(Publications on aspects of the history and archaeology of Kent will be on sale.)

Programme.

2pm ..... Welcome and opening address.  

 

ON LAND.
Peter Kendall,

Historic England.

 

AT SEA.
Professor Andrew Lambert,

Kings College London.

 

IN THE AIR.
Victor Smith,

Historic Defences Committee and Kent Archaeological Society.

 

4.05pm ...... Tea Interval — Raffle and Awards.

 

EMERGENCY PLANNING FOR INVASION.
Simon Mason,

Heritage Conservation Group, Kent County Council.

 

Closing remarks and thanks.

Parking on the university campus; Buses to the university run from near Canterbury East rail station

Download the Canterbury Campus guide including maps and directions for travel.

(Note: Parking available close to the lecture building.)

Ticket details.

Tickets £10.00

Tickets available from:
CKA, 7 Sandy Ridge, Borough Green, Kent, TN15 8HP.
Cheques payable to CKA, sae please.
(Friends of the CKA, KAR subscribers, and members of the KAS can apply for a free ticket — sae, please.)

Tickets will be available in September, and will be on a "first come — first served" basis, as space is limited.

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