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The CROOME Lecture:- Early Farmers in the Cotswolds Prof. Tim Darvill Monday 17 February 2020

Prof. Tim Darvill OBE is well known in the Town and he will talk about the way in which farming took place around the Cotswolds inĀ  pre-historic times.

This is the annual Croome Lecture and is sponsored jointly with the Cirencester Archaeology and Historical Society -it will take place in the Parish Church at 7.30pm.

It is a free event -all welcome.