Talk on Recent Archaeological Discoveries around Bexhill

Bexhill Old Town Preservation Society is delighted to welcome Casper Johnson to speak on the exciting archaeological discoveries which were unearthed during excavations for the Bexhill Link Road.

Casper Johnson FSA was County Archaeologist at East Sussex County Council from 2006 to 2016. He is currently team manager responsible for the County Councilís modern records, East Sussex Record Office at The Keep (Falmer) and the councilís archaeology and heritage team which advises on and manages most of the archaeological work undertaken in the county.

Casper will be talking about recent archaeological work around Bexhill, resulting from recent development projects, including new roads, housing and employment areas.

The archaeological discoveries, which range in date from the end of the last ice age through to the present day, are transforming our understanding, not only of the history of Bexhill but also for certain periods of our national story.

Casperís illustrated talk will be held on Thursday October 5th at Manor Barn, Bexhill Old Town. Tea and coffee will be served from 6.30pm and the talk will commence at 7pm.

Entry is free to Society members and there is a £3.00 charge for non-members.

For further information about the Society, please visitwww.bexhilloldtown.org, emailadmin@botps.org.uk or telephone 01424 732642.