: “Navigating a Shackleton, it’s a bit like a Lancaster really!” by Malcolm Tibble.
February 17th : The British Tommy in WWI complete with weaponry & artefacts.
December 9th – Ant Robinson on the lost village of Rougham;
The earthworks of the deserted medieval village and manorial site here were identified using aerial photographs taken in 1946. A huge number of finds from this location were recovered during 1967-99 including Roman, Saxon, medieval and post-medieval pottery sherds and metalwork. All this evidence has established that the major occupation here spanned from the 11th to the 15th century. Sadly much of the site was bulldozed in 1967 but what remains is now under archaeological management.
November 11th – Film night. The 1953 floods. Mince pies as well!
All free to members. Guests £2.00