An exciting opportunity to hear about the nationally important settlement of Chipping Dassett, close to Burton Dassett, will be of great interest to historians with an interest in the medieval and deserted medieval villages as well as archaeologists.
This major site was the subject of rescue archaeology when the M40 motorway was built, and the final report is due out shortly. The lead archaeologist, Nicholas Palmer, will be speaking about this settlement at the heritage group meeting on Monday, September 8th in Warmington Village Hall. Refreshments served from 7.15pm onwards. All welcome, visitors £2.
Banbury Historical Society is hosting a talk on the Development of English Heraldry at its next meeting at Banbury Museum on Thursday, September 11th at 7.30pm. The speaker, David White, is the Somerset Herald.
Southam’s Cardall Collection are looking at the contribution the women of Southam and the surrounding area made to caring for wounded soldiers during WWI with an exhibition about the Grange VAD Hospital. There will be regular opportunities to view this throughout June-September – click here for more details.