Trustees


The original eight interim trustees of Marlow Archaeological Group have now been replaced by nine elected trustees – which includes the interim trustees who were all elected. In addition, we are extremely pleased to have Wendy Morrison on board as our president.

Wendy MorrisonPresident            Wendy Morrison
I  currently work for the Chilterns Conservation Board as Project Manager of the HLF funded Beacons of the Past Hillforts project. I am also Senior Associate Tutor for Archaeology at the Oxford University Dept for Continuing Education, Chair of the Hillfort Study Group and a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries. My research areas are Prehistoric European Archaeology and Landscape Archaeology. I have over a decade’s excavation experience in Southern Britain, the Channel Islands, and India.


The trustees are:


Martin Folkes Vice-Chairman MAGMartin Fowkes          Chairman
I graduated in archaeology a long time ago and worked as an archaeologist for a couple of years before moving into IT. My main interest is the Roman period having spent many seasons working at the Roman city of Wroxeter. More recently I have been chairman of Archaeology in Marlow and helped run their excavation at Warren Wood. I am also an archaeology volunteer for the National Trust at Cliveden.

Peter Borrows Chairman MAGPeter Borrows           Vice chairman
I first became interested in archaeology after a visit to Verulamium as a small child – the Romans have a lot to answer for! That interest didn't manifest itself again until I retired. It was then that I joined MAS. I qualified as a civil engineer and spent most of my working life involved with water in one form or another. I have no particular passions for archaeological periods, but I am intrigued by the Anglo Saxons who left little tangible evidence but an amazingly influential heritage.

  • Peter Carver               Treasurer

  • Beverley Howard        Secretary

  • Liz Peters                     Membership Secretary

  • Doug Courtney

  • Nicky Pendered

  • Allan Wheeler

  • Roger Wilson

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Title: Greetings from Doggerland: recent surveys of the inundated Mesolithic landscapes of the southern North SeaDoggerlandVenue: An online Zoom lecture
Speaker: Professor Vincent Gaffney, University of Bradford
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