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Autumn Lecture: From the Neolithic to the Novichok Attack by Tom Holland

Thursday, October 24, 2024 


We are please to announce our Autumn fundraising talk for 2024:

“I was inclined by my genius from childhood to the love of antiquities, and my Fate dropt me in a countrey most suitable for such enquiries.” So wrote John Aubrey, the 17th century antiquarian who lived in Broad Chalke, and understood full well how lucky he was to have a city like Salisbury on his doorstep, and all the many wonders that surrounded it.

In this talk, the historian Tom Holland – who himself grew up in Broad Chalke – explores its remarkable history.

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