Archaeology fun in Weston

PUBLISHED: 09:10 05 July 2011

(click on image for larger view)Museum sign  Burringham street Weston.

(click on image for larger view)Museum sign Burringham street Weston.

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ADULTS and youngsters alike will have the chance to delve into Britain's past in a series of events taking place in Weston next weekend.

Among the events being organised as part of the Excitement of Discovery – the Many Aspects of Archaeology event on July 16 are Roman mosaic making, a guided hill fort walk and seminars by a series of experts.

A series of talks by leading local archaeologists will run from 9.45am-12.45pm at The Blakehay Theatre in Wadham Street.

A guided walk around Worlebury hillfort will start at 2.30pm from the water tower in Weston Woods, while a guided town walk around Weston sets off from the Blakehay at the same time.

And from 2-4pm youngsters will be able to have two hours of Roman fun at Weston Museum in Burlington Street, where they will be able to make a mosaic and meet a Roman soldier.

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