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STONE & BRONZE AGE

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Archaeology

Childhood & pastimes

Food & cooking

Farming

Skara Brae

Culture, Belief & Religion

Hunting

The Stone & Bronze Age in Worcester

The Stone & Bronze Age in Worcestershire

Burials

From Caves to Roundhouses

Amesbury Archer

Medicine & Surgery

Technology and Travel

Stone Henge

Tribal Kingdoms

Art & Culture

How about a slide show or a walk around Worcester with one of these...

The Worcester Story
Do you want to find out more about the historic city of Worcester? Then come and join one of our costumed guides as they walk you through the days of yesteryear, allowing you to relive the Worcester Story and the making of a Cathedral City. Hear about the Romans, the devastating Viking raids, Elizabeth I and her visit
to the city in 1575 and the bloody battle of Worcester that took place in 1651.

The Severn Story
The longest river in Britain was the site of the earliest activity in Worcester. Wander along the river’s edge to hear tales of thirsty mammoths, salmon fishermen, smuggling and the goddess Sabrina. You will hear how this famous waterway has played its part in the development of trade in the city and communication with the rest of the world.

The Early Story
Worcester is an ancient City. Archaeologically, Worcester saw Mesolithic hunters who came to the banks of the River Severn to hunt woolly Mammoth and Reindeer. Eventually people settled in Worcester and built homes. Why did they settle and how did they cope with the Roman Invasion and Danish raids.The tour takes in sites associated with early Worcester. Most of which are now buried below our feet.
I  would like to thank you for the excellent presentation you gave to the Branch yesterday. I t was professional, interesting and informative and we have received many appreciative comments. Many members also commented that it was nice to hear from somebody who was so enthusiastic and involved in the subject of their talk.
 
The Aircrew Association
Worcestershire Branch