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HAHG Lecture – Life and Death in a Roman Villa: Hambleden, the Unedited Story

The Henley Archaeological and Historical Group enjoyed a talk by the archaeologist Dr Jill Eyers, of Chiltern Archaeology, on 7 February about excavations at Yewden Roman Villa in Hambleden. Again HAHG’s […]

HAHG Lecture – The Wood for the Trees: Lambridge Wood

The Henley Archaeological and Historical Group were fortunate to be able to welcome Prof Richard Fortey, the eminent natural historian, to speak to them on 3 January about Grim’s Dyke Wood, […]

HAHG Lecture: From Gough to Google – The Development of Printed Maps of Henley

The Henley Archaeological and Historical Group’s last full lecture of 2016 was given in November by the map expert John Leighfield. This deeply-researched, intriguing and informative talk covered the development […]

HAHG Lecture: Looking After the Masses

The Henley Archaeological and Historical Group’s new season of lectures got off to a great start with this fascinating talk by Dr Margaret Simons. The early 20th century saw some […]

Mark Stevens

Broadmoor Revealed: The Victorian Asylum

Mark Stevens, County Archivist for Berkshire with access to the early Broadmoor archives set the background for his recent Henley Archaeological and Historical Group talk by describing the changes in […]