September 28th 2018



October 12th

“From the most extraordinary District in the World to a very poor bit of the fag end of it: archaeology at the Ironbridge Gorge World Heritage Site and other tales from a career in ruins”

by Shane Kelleher


October 26th - The Thelma Lancaster Memorial Lecture

“The Chester Rows”

by Tom Jones


November 9th

“The Leekfrith Torcs and their discovery”

by Alison Nicholls and Mark Hambleton (detectorist who found the torcs)


November 23rd in the Mitchell Arts Centre Meeting Room

“The Roman Gask Project”

by Birgitta Hoffman and David Wooliscroft


December 14th in the Mitchell Arts Centre Meeting Room

“Roll Away the Stones”, the Stonehenge Landscape Project

by Vince Gaffney


The last two lectures will take place in the Mitchell Arts Centre Meeting Room.

(Parking nearby in the Tesco Car Park - more information here)

All the others will be given in the Learning Suite at the Potteries Museum.

Unless otherwise stated, all lectures are held in the Learning Suite of the Potteries Museum and Art Gallery, Hanley on Fridays at 7.45 p.m.
Entrance at the side of the Potteries Museum, off Warner Street.
Admission is free to members. Visitors are welcome: £3, students £1.50

Stoke-on-Trent Museum Archaeological Society,24th July 2018
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