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    Posts from March 2013

    • 27th March 2013
    The Story of Roman Worcestershire

    Wednesday evenings 7:30-9:30 24 April – 29 May At the end of April we will running a series on six talks in which our archaeologists will help you discover the story of the Romans in our county. It will start with the excavation on the site of The Hive, where the series takes place, which...

    • 22nd March 2013
    The Water Doctor’s Daughters talk

    On Wed 3rd April author Pauline Conolly will be talking about her newly published book, The Water Doctor’s Daughters, about a true event in Victorian Malvern. This was partly researched through the resources of Worcestershire Archive & Archaeology Service “A true story of injustice, ignorance and misguided religious zeal. In 1852, Great Malvern water-cure practitioner...

    • 7th March 2013
    Celebrating World Book Day

    To celebrate World Book Day we thought that we would ask a few of our staff for their recommendations from our local studies collections…. Carol suggests ‘Heads and Tales – A History of Badsey Schools’. This book is a well researched and well written local history book. She feels that it is a good model...