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The Cultural Heritage of the Helford Estuary and Beyond –10,000 years of change


Learn about the heritage of the Helford in this talk from the Helford Marine Conservation Group.

Join the Helford Marine Conservation Group for this exciting evening talk.

From early hunter-gatherers to Iron Age farmers and medieval communities who created a settlement pattern that remains little changed today, James Gossip will trace the cultural history of the Helford and Lizard through its wealth of archaeological evidence.

Cost: £2. Group members & children free.
Time: 7.30 p.m.
Venue: Gweek Village Hall, opposite the National Seal Sanctuary, TR12 6UG
OS Ref: SW 709 266
Contact: Martin 07854 123877 or Ian 01872 863171