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Archaeology in Wiltshire Conference 2015

Wessex Archaeology was well represented at the third annual Archaeology in Wiltshire conference on Saturday.
 
2316 Alistair Barclay speaking about Neolithic and Bronze Age discoveries from the Salisbury areaOrganised by Wiltshire Museum and held in Devizes, the conference presented an overview of the archaeological work that has taken place in Wiltshire over the last year. Speakers included Melanie Pomeroy-Kellinger (Wiltshire Council Archaeology Service), Richard Osgood (founder of Operation Nightingale) and our very own Alistair Barclay and Phil Andrews alongside many other excellent speakers.
 
The event proved popular with almost 200 people in attendance. There were opportunities for socialising and networking over lunch and tea and a range of interesting stalls to peruse, including one for the Stonehenge and Avebury Learning and Outreach Group (SALOG) advertising volunteering opportunities in and around the World Heritage Site.
 
By Laura Joyner, Community & Education Officer
 
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