The Megalithic Portal Live in the Peak District…

Some of you may already know about the The Megalithic Portal, a website which describes itself as the top destination for Prehistoric and Ancient sites worldwide. It is indeed a veritable feast of images, descriptions, locations etc. of sites around the world and well worth a perusal.

Well, the Megalithic Portal is coming to the Peak District over the weekend of 28th and 28th July to host a variety of free guided walks, public lectures and other events. Details can be found here: http://www.megalithic.co.uk/article.php?sid=2146414093. I, myself along with my tribe, will be exploring Beeley Moor with Peak Park archaeologist John Barnatt on the Saturday morning.

Of particular note (and I admit I am biased), is a talk on Sunday at 3pm to be given by Ian Parker Heath on the Arbor Low Environs Project, which will include details of how you might be able to get involved next year. This will take place in the Birchover Reading Room – see the link above for further details

http://www.arborlowenvironsproject.org/2012/06/19/public-lecture/

See you there!

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