Saturday 12 March
Grosvenor Museum lecture theatre 2.30pm – 4.00pm
The military and strategic role of Cheshire’s medieval castles, and the display of personal power, played a part in the choice of locations and the purposes to which the castles were employed.
This lecture by Dr Rachel Swallow explores the initial purpose of Cheshire’s castles in their contemporary contexts.
Organised by Chester Archaeological Society. Members free. Non-members pay at the door, £4.00