IEMA Environmentalists’ Social & Networking Event

Come and spend a relaxing evening speaking with archaeologists and other environmental professionals in the fine surroundings of St Nicholas Church in the heart of Bristol.

Delegates will have the opportunity to speak with the staff of Bristol & Region Archaeological Services (BaRAS) who are based in the medieval-period St Nicholas Church. The evening is intended to provide an opportunity for delegates to network and see the workings of BaRAS, Bristol’s foremost historic-environment practice, in an informal atmosphere.

Recent finds from the Bristol area will be on display. The evening will also provide the opportunity to view William Hogarth’s 18th-century triptych and the fine medieval crypt of St Nicholas Church.

Refreshments will be provided throughout the evening.

The starting time for the event is from 17.30 hrs onwards.

Please note: there is no car parking available at the church. Public car parks are available nearby and the church is also adjacent to major bus-routes. There are no disabled WC facilities in the church.

To book your free place at this event, please visit the IEMA web site.

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