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A Walk Through History, 24th April 2016

Author: Martin Cuthbert Published: 23rd April 2016 06:08

A Walk Through HistoryA Free History Walk at Ridgewell Airfield 24th April 2016

A Walk Through History

My names Martin and I'm the Community Martin Cuthbert Archaeologist for a three year Heritage Lottery Funded project exploring the legacy of the US 8th Army Air Force during their time here in WW2. I am leading a Free heritage walk around Ridgewell airfield on Sunday 24th April, 2016 and would very much welcome help in advertising this to your members and anywhere else you think would be worthwhile.

I've attached a copy of the poster and a blurb on the walk, feel free to pass this on digitally to any of your contacts or print out if you wish, alternatively I would be happy to print off some posters and put these in the post. If you know of any other organisations or contacts who would be interested in the walk or would be able to promote the walk then please let me know.

Thank you in advance for your time.

A WALK THROUGH HISTORY
WALK 11: RIDGEWELL AIRFIELD, ESSEX
SUNDAY 24TH APRIL 2016     10AM.
Join Community Archaeologist Martin Cuthbert as he leads a walk through the historic airfield at Ridgewell, home to the 381st Bomb Group of the 8th USAAF during World War Two.
If you’re interested in landscape history, airfield archaeology, or just fancy the chance to have a walk in the unique landscape of this World War Two airfield, this walk is for you.
Ridgewell Airfield Museum will be open on the day for visitors, where refreshments can be taken following the walk.
Parking is at the Museum located on Ridgewell Road, Great Yeldham, CO9 4RG.
The museum is located 0.7 miles north of Great Yeldham on the Ridgewell Road (A1017)
Admission Free, donations welcome
Distance - 3.5 miles            Terrain – Easy            Cost – Free.
What to bring - Outdoor shoes and clothing appropriate to the weather.
Non muddy shoes for the museum
www.8theast.org

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Kind regards,

Martin

Martin Cuthbert BA (Hons) ACIfA
Community Archaeologist
The Eighth in the East Project (Supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund)

Mob: 07856 267936
Office: 01449 775542
Email:martin@8theast.org

Address:
The Eighth in the East
Office 18
Red Gables
Ipswich Road
Stowmarket
Suffolk
IP14 1BE

Twitter: @8theast
Website: www.8theast.org
New Heritage Solutions - Community Interest Company. Company No: 7352488

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