Dunster Village dig in the footsteps of Time Team

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Presentation and talk by Dr Bryn Morris
Of South West Archaeology - SWARCH

Meeting to be held on the 15th May 2017

At Kingsteignton Community Hall, Rydon Road,

Kingsteignton, TQ12 3EE, Devon from 7-9pm

Members £3, Guest and non-members £5, Students and U3A £4

Coffee available – donations accepted.

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