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Saturday 7.30am. All is quiet…
The music begins, and we are off…


King Alfred was there (Tim Lowe)
As were his friends… (The Ancient Wessex Network)

We welcomed the de Caversham household…

Romilly and The Outside…

…and other friends old and new.

Thank you to:

Ancient Wessex Network; Blast from the Past; College of Chivalry; Historic England; Friends of Clarendon; Salisbury Cathedral Education; Tim Lowe; Alex Langlands and team; Wil Partridge (FLO); Kate and Wiltshire Scrapstore; World Heritage; Chris Elmer (Southampton University); The De Caversham Household; The Outside; WARG (Society for Winchester Archaeological and Local History); Weorod; Wessex Archaeology; Wessex Museums Partnership; The Rifles Museum; Cranborne Chase Area of Natural Beauty, and, for their earlier ‘dig’, Phil Harding and Lorraine Mepham. Also thanks to Tony Wheeler (Tony of the Gate), the Cafe, our neighbours in the Close, people of Salisbury area and visitors from afar.

Thanks also to speakers, staff and Volunteers who worked tirelessly to make The Salisbury Museum Festival of Archaeology 2019 a happy, wonderful (literally) occasion.

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