Poulton - An Archaeological Landscape

Poulton is a small farming hamlet just outside Chester with a fascinating archaeological story to tell. Over the past twenty years, archaeologists from the Poulton Research Project have been uncovering the remains of over 10 000 years of human activity. This exhibition explores the amazing story of the site and uses artefacts found there to tell the story of a Mesolithic camp, a large Iron -Age settlement, Roman activity, a well - used medieval chapel & a World War II airfield.

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Family friendly

Admission
Free but suggested donation of £3


Source: http://www.culture24.org.uk/nw000125?id=EVENT570693


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