Ashlawn Road, Hillmorton: 3000 years at Ridgeway Farm
West Midlands | Warwickshire
Thu 27th Jul 2017
Ashlawn Road, Hillmorton: 3000 years at Ridgeway Farm
Periods: Prehistory, Saxons and Vikings, Romans
Talk or lectureExhibition or display

Excavations have revealed a complex landscape of Bronze Age pit-alignment boundaries, Iron Age settlements and Roman enclosures. The site is remarkable for the preservation of organic remains, which will provide a unique glimpse of the changing local environment in the later prehistoric and Roman periods and a series of Roman pottery kilns which were in use in the First Century AD. Come and hear more from Nigel Page, Archaeological Project Officer with Archaeology Warwickshire.

Event details

Organiser: Heritage and Culture Warwickshire
Booking details: Call 01926 412500 or book online at warwickshire.gov.uk/heritageboxoffice
Fee details: £5

Dates and times

Thu 27th Jul 2017 18:30-20:30

Venues and locations

Market Hall Museum, Warwick, CV34 4SA


Tel: 01926 412500
Email: museum@warwickshire.gov.uk

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