Harringworth archivist and historian Sarah Chambers has organised a two day event in June with an extensive exhibition of the Harringworth Archive staged in the Village Hall.
In addition, with limited spaces there will be a ‘Walk and Talk’ around Harringworth’s hidden history; illustrating the lives of the Villagers’ from Anglo-Saxon times, through the middle ages to the modern day.
The walk will take you through the dawn of early Christianity, the evolving trades such as weaving, milling and agriculture with the impact on the landscape, to the Lords of the Manor stopping to discuss some interesting archaeological features along the way.
WALK AND TALK
The limited Walk & Talk tickets cost £8 and include entry to the Exhibition and refreshments. The Walk & Talk will last around 90 minutes and on Friday start at 7pm and Saturday at 2pm.
The exhibition will be open on Friday 9 June from 16.00 – 21.30 and Saturday from 10.00 – Noon and 13.30 – 18.00 and entry £2.50 per person with children <16 free.
There will be the bonus of Afternoon Tea served in the Exhibition Cafe on Saturday Afternoon from 3pm – 5.30pm with a selection of Cakes and Scones.
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You can apply for the Walk and Talk tickets by completing the form below.
Can you work out where these artifacts can be found?