Send and Ripley HISTORY SOCIETY
MEETINGS: For all evening talks doors open at 7.30pm for an 8pm start at Ripley Village Hall. Tea/coffee available.
OUTINGS: Booking for outings via Margaret Field, Margaret Field 01483 223387 and for the BBQ to Clare McCann
Woking Palace Heritage Open Day Day Tours
Subject: Fwd: Woking Palace – Heritage Open Day tours 12th and 13th September 2015
Please find attached details of the forthcoming Heritage Open Day timed guided tours on Saturday and Sunday 12th and 13th of September 2015 organised by Friends of Woking Palace as part of their HLF funded 3 year project “Woking Palace and its Park.
I’m also enclosing an image of a previous tour that shows how members of the public may see the open trenches as these tours take place during this seasons excavations
As this will be the last year of excavations at Woking Palace this is a very special opportunity for members of the public to discover more about their local heritage. No other access to the site is possible during Heritage Open Days.
Special Guided Tours at Woking Palace to celebrate Heritage Open Days on 12th and 13th September
This year Heritage Open Days coincide with the final archaeological excavations at Woking Palace and the Friends of Woking Palace are therefore arranging a very different celebration.
As part of their Heritage Lottery Funded project “Woking Palace and its Park” the Friends of Woking Palace are offering Special Pre-booked Guided Tours for a limited number of people to see the trenches and finds while excavations are in progress at 10.30am and 1.00pm on Saturday 12th and Sunday 13th September. Hoe Bridge School will be providing a mini bus shuttle service from the school to Woking Palace for these special tours and therefore parking will be available in designated areas at the school.
Tickets are free – but booking is essential
Book your place now by
e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or by phoning 07722 299026
As this will be the last year of excavations at Woking Palace this is a very special opportunity to discover more about your local heritage. No other access to the site is possible during Heritage Open Days.
At the end of the excavations there will be the usual Special Open Day on Sunday 27th September when you can come along to see the finished trenches before they are filled in.
For further information on the project and the Friends of Woking Palace
visit: www.woking-palace.org or e-mail or phone as above