King John’s House was ‘discovered’ in 1927 as part of a year of celebration of 90 years of being a centre for celebrating art and history in Romsey we are holding a series of lectures on history, horticulture and the arts. Each one will begin at 10.30am in the main hall of King John’s House.
Friday 7 July –
“Scratching the Surface: The Hampshire Medieval Graffiti Survey. Progress so far”. A talk by Karen Wardley.
Karen will put the Hampshire Medieval Graffiti Survey into the national context, describe what we’re looking for and what our findings might tell us.
About Karen Wardley: Karen worked as an archaeological conservator in Norwich before moving to Southampton City Council museums service where she worked for over 25 years, starting as Curator of Archaeology and later heading up the Arts and Heritage collections team. She left SCC last year and now pursues a number of museum and archaeological interests.
In King John’s House.
Tickets £5 from Romsey TIC (01794 512987), on-line at romseyfestival.ticketsource.co.uk or on the door (if still available).Buy now!