Havant’s rich Roman past10 December 2014
Dr Hannah Fluck returns to The Spring Arts and Heritage Centre on Thursday 23 April 2015 to continue the story of the Romans in Havant.
Many people will remember the ‘Big Dig’ which took place in July 2014, when Havant residents were encouraged to dig holes in their gardens and then bring along their discoveries to The Spring.
Dr Fluck will give an update on the investigations that have taken place in the area over the last year.
This talk will be of interest to anyone who enjoys learning about the local history of Havant, and there will be an opportunity to ask questions.
Dr Fluck is the Senior County Archaeologist, and her research has focused on areas including sites in Western Europe which do not contain hand axes, and the overlap between psychology and archaeology.
The talk will take place in the Langstone Room at 7.45pm, and tickets cost £5. To book, please contact the Box Office on 023 9247 2700. Please book early due to limited seat availability.
Animal bones, a sword and a ring were found in the Roman Well discovered when construction work was underway at Homewell House, near Havant town centre.