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For Winchester Archaeology and Local History
Aims and objectives:
WARG, the society for Winchester archaeology and local history, promotes the study of archaeology and local history in the City of Winchester and the surrounding area, through monthly events including lectures; walks; excursions and excavations.
Talk by Alex Lewis “1889 - Trade & Tragedy in a West-country Seaport”
See our Events page for all our activities
And Abstracts of our upcoming talks
Services and activities offered: WARG provides work parties and other support for Winchester Museums and develops training activities for volunteers.
Membership: Just £15 per annum, or £27 for two people at the same address. Free entry to meetings, and a thrice-yearly newsletter. To become a member, email email@example.com, or download an application form.
Times: Meetings and lectures at: Hampshire Records Office, Sussex Street, Winchester - normally second Monday of the month, September to May, 19:30. Please arrive 15 minutes before the start to ensure a seat.
Non-members: Unfortunately, due to restrictions of number at our venues, we cannot accommodate non-members at our meetings at the moment.
Our volunteers (the Committee):
Steve Old (Chairman)
Maureen O’Connor (Secretary)
Mary Parker (Treasurer)
David Ashby (Winchester University)
Tracy Matthews (Winchester City Council)
Dick Selwood (Newsletter Editor)
Steve Taylor et al
Why not write up one of our evening talks or events, or contribute news of a visit or holiday to our newsletter?
© WARG 2019