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The study day aims to inspire you to improve the composition of your photographs whether you are using the camera on your phone or a top of the range Digital Single Lens Reflex. The talks will focus on recognising the best photos to take and how to capture them, then what you can do with those photographs.
Come and Sing George Dyson’s Nebuchadnezzar And: Parry’s I was glad Conductor: Tom Hammond-Davies Saturday 3rd February 2018, 10.30-18.15 (Registration from 9.45, final run-through 17.00) Dr Challoner’s High School for Girls, Cokes Lane, Little Chalfont, HP7 9QB Tickets: £20 (£18 groups, students £5), including music… Read More »
The day will uncover the activities of Thames Valley communities across a 1000 years through the archaeological record.
Topics presented by leading Thames Valley archaeologists will include Iron Age hill forts, the development of a Roman town, how a Roman community became Saxon, how one site became a modern city, notable local archaeological finds and how we try to understand daily life in prehistory.