SOLD OUT! Fossils and Finds at Great Linford Manor Park 29/10/2020

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SOLD OUT! Fossils and Finds at Great Linford Manor Park

10:00 - 14:00
free
Suitable for all ages
Booking required

Step back in time and discover the ancient past of this historic corner of the city!

Speak to archaeologists about their active excavations, view real archaeological finds and handle ancient fossils with a local geologist. Suitable for all ages, but particularly children.

The activities are available for you to drop-in between 10am-2pm. We ask that you please book a place and sign in on arrival for track-and-trace purposes, but you can arrive at any time during the event.

Archaeology and Fossil events are located a short (5min) walk across the park from one another. A volunteer or staff member will be available to walk you between the activities if you are unfamiliar with the park.

Part of the Council for British Archaeology's Festival of Archaeology.

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    Facilities:

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    Great Linford Manor Park is a special, heritage-rich park set within the old village of Great Linford. It contains features that were first laid out centuries ago, including ponds and a Wilderness Garden which represent the English Landscape style of garden design that became popular for country estates during the 18th Century.

    Refreshments
    Refreshments and food can be found nearby at The Black Horse and the Nag’s Head which are open for lunch and supper. Milton Keynes Arts Centre has a small café where drinks can be purchased.

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    Great Linford - Pond restorations

    Did you know..? We are restoring the Water Garden at Great Linford Manor Park?

    Heritage Fund Project...
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    Great Linford - History

    Did you know..? Great Linford Manor Park has a long history stretching back to the Saxon period! Find out more by clicking below.

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