The Marlow Archaeology Group

Dummy site photoMarlow Archaeology Group (MAG) is an active and friendly group open to all over the age of 18 with an interest in our hidden past: no experience is needed.

Our focus is on Marlow and the neighbouring areas of the Thames Valley and the Chilterns. We aim to increase our knowledge of the use and occupation of our area through research, talks from experts and practical investigation on the ground; and to share and encourage interest in our findings with the community. There has been a welcome and very positive response to the creation of the Group which draws on the legacies of both Marlow Archaeological Society (MAS) and Archaeology in Marlow (AIM).

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Cookham Priory excavationWe were recently invited by the University of Reading to support their investigation in Cookham Paddock (see BBC article). Several members with excavation experience worked alongside the supervisors and students, together with members of neighbouring archaeological societies.

The formal existence of Marlow Archaeology Group began on the 1st of September after the interim trustees had signed the constitution and the Deeds of Transfer of the assets and funds from MAS and AIM to MAG.

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Our next talks

Title: "What did the Romans ever do for Bourne End?"Bourne end and the RomansDate: October 21st
Venue:
An online Zoom lecture
Speaker: Nigel Rothwell and Ed Peveler, Chilterns Conservation Board ‘Beacons of the Past’ project
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Booking: Click here


Title: How To Build a Roman Villa - The Weird and Wonderful Romans at Priors Hall, CorbyHow To Build a Roman Villa - The Weird and Wonderful Romans at Priors Hall, CorbyVenue: An online Zoom lecture
Speaker: Paddy Lambert
Date: November 25th 8.00.
Booking: Available soon
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Talks mailings
If you would like to receive information on our future talks, please sign up to our mailing list by contacting us at info@marlowarch.co.uk.

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