Day School

In 2018 the Association held its first day school “Aspects of Late Iron Age and Roman Dorchester” which proved successful and led to a call for more such events. Last year on 2ndNovember we held another day school, “Prehistoric Dorchester”. This event was in collaboration with the Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society in memory of Peter Woodward,  Archaeologist and former Assistant Curator at the Dorset County Museum. The event was a great success. This year we were hoping to arrange another day school with a provisional date of 21st November, but with the Coronavirus situation being uncertain, this is now postponed until next year. The title, date and speakers will be announced in due course.

Maiden Castle, Dorchester
The last remaining section of Dorchester’s Roman Wall on West Walks. This is just part of the rubble core of the wall which originally stood around seven metres high and around three metres wide.
The ramparts of Poundbury hillfort above the Frome floodplain in flood. Before river management, this low-lying wetland would have offered an extra defensive barrier.
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