Acton Court, Iron Acton, South Glos.

  • A Walk on 19th July 2017
  • Details of the event to be announced.
Claimed as the most authentic Tudor building in England the surviving East wing was built especially for a visit by Henry VIII and Anne Boleyn in 1535.  We will...

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Festival of Archaeology: Bristol’s Brilliant Archaeology

  • on 29th July 2017
  • Blaise Castle House, Blaise Castle estate
A special event arranged by Bristol Museum.  BAAS plan to have a display featured and volunteers to support this initiative are warmly welcomed. Full details will be available shortly.

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Banwell Bone Caves, Banwell, North Somerset.

  • A Walk on 5th August 2017
  • Banwell Bone Caves, Banwell, North Somerset
There are two caves.  The Bone Cave contains animal bones from the Pleistocene era and has a large hole in the roof thought to have been used as a...

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Winterbourne Medieval Barn

  • A Walk on 20th August 2017
  • St. Michael's Church, Winterbourne, S. Glos.
Dating from the 14th Century, the barn is unusual as it was built for secular use.  There is also a 15th Century dove cote.  St. Michael’s church dates back...

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