My Life in the History of Gloucester.

I was born in Gloucester, and have spent most of my life there. From my earliest memories I was interested in the past, and began to explore the city’s archaeology from at least the age of 11. In the 1980s and 1990s I was responsible for all archaeology services provided by the city council, and therefore have a unique perspective on the issues surrounding the archaeology of one of Europe’s most significant historic cities.

This talk is more in the form of reminiscences and a soirée - I am happy for the audience to guide the talk through their own questions, in order to receive a tailor-made experience.

[Life in History]