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The Victoria County History's Ewelme Hundred Project

Saturday 30 June 2012 11:30 to 12:30:
Talk

The Victoria County History is turning its attention to the rural parishes which made up the area know as Ewelme Hundred. Stretching across the Chilterns from Benson to Nettlebed, this is an area of contrasting landscapes. The lecture will summarise discoveries so far, and outline some of the new approaches being adopted.

Phone:
01491 415600
Organised by:
River and Rowing Museum
Booking essential?:
Yes
Price:
£6

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