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The Blackbirds The Old Barge The Woolpack The Six Templars The Greyhound The Millstream The Hertford Club The Hertford Museum Mudlarks CaféThe Salisbury Arms Sloppy’s Rigsby’s The Two Brewers The Duncombe The Dog and Whistle The White Lion The Snug Oxfam The Saracen’s Head The White Horse The Stone House The Lord Haig The Quiet Man Deco The Black Horse Cinnabar Hertford House Hotel Bar Hertford House Hotel Lounge Hertford House Hotel Garden The Jungle Bar Golden Griffin The White Hart Love Flowers Courtyard Arts Hertford Town Football Club Hertford Corn Exchange Baroosh Festival chairman Kev Saunders said: “We couldn’t let that [the anniversary] pass without getting involved.

“So this year’s centrepiece outdoor stage in the rear courtyard at the White Hart in Salisbury Square is themed as the Punky Reggae Party, after the Bob Marley song of that name.

The course takes place on Saturday 9 July 2016, from 10 am to 5 pm, in the Learning Centre of the new North Hertfordshire Museum, Brand Street, Hitchin SG5 1JE.

Course Flyer It will allow people the opportunity to directly analyse human remains from the Roman and Medieval periods.

Interested in learning more about human remains: the bones of the body, identifying sex, age, and illnesses on individuals from past populations?

As part of the 26th Festival of Archaeology, North Hertfordshire Museum is hosting a one-day hands-on human remains workshop as part of a project to further our understanding of health in and around Baldock, Hertfordshire, the site of small Roman town.

This is an ideal opportunity for members of the general public, undergraduates and graduates in archaeology and forensics, medical professionals, museum staff, local archaeologists from societies as well as anyone who wants to know more about osteology and what human remains can tell you and how to handle and curate them.

The land used was purchased by Quakers who had intended to farm the area and build a Quaker community.

Festival chairman Kev Saunders said: “I’m very grateful to Hertford Planning Service for their generosity and support as this year’s headline sponsor, without whom none of this huge undertaking would be possible.

“Thanks also to all our stalwart regular sponsors – and to a couple of new ones.”Other event sponsors include Media Alive, Mc Mullen, Brass Tacks Web Design, The Guitar Studio, River City Studios, Steve Beeston Photography, Plumb Domestic Services, Waterpoint, Hertford Town Council and Call Print.

Industry would be kept separate from residential areas—such zoning was a new idea at the time—and trees and open spaces would prevail everywhere.

His ideas were mocked in the press but struck a chord with many, especially members of the Arts and Crafts movement and the Quakers.

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