It will come as no surprise to you that sadly this talk and other events that are being run by the Friends and Pendle Archaeolgy Group are cancelled for the next twelve weeks. We did hope that the talk would go ahead but in the light of Government advice this evening we decided that it would be safer to cancel the event. Keep watching our website or contact email@example.com for further information.
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Banner Image: Orange Tip Butterfly. Attribution: Alice Singleton