Cambridge Antiquarian Society - AGM & Monthly Talk
'Archaeological Textiles and What we can learn from them' by Margarita Gleba
Monday 1st April 2019 at 6pm (AGM: 5:45pm)
Faculty of Law, West Road, Sidgwick Site, University of Cambridge, CB3 9DZ
There is no charge for visitors or guests at lectures. New members are warmly welcomed.

Cambridge Archaeology Field Group - Monthly Talk & AGM
'Investigating the Medieval Salterns of Kings Lynn' by Paul Spoerry (OA East)
Wednesday 3rd April 2019 at 7:30pm
McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, Downing site, Cambridge - Parking is available on site from Tennis Court Road.
All welcome (CAFG invite contributions of £1 from non-members)

St Neots Local History Society - Monthly talk
'Sex, Sin and Scandal: the history of the Reynolds Family of Paxton Hall' by Canon Annette Reed
Friday 5th April 2019 at 7:30pm
Eynesbury Junior School, Montagu St, Eynesbury, Saint Neots PE19 2TD
All welcome (Members: Free; Non-members: £3.00)

Fane Road Archaeology Group - Monthly Talk & AGM
'Itter Crescent Roman Villa' by FRAG Team
Monday 8th April 2019 at 7pm
The Parkway Sports & Social Club, Maskew Avenue, Peterborough, PE1 2AS
A review of what we know about the Roman villa located between Itter Crescent and Fane Road in Peterborough. This will include an update on what was learnt from the exploratory excavtion in October 2018. The FRAG Annual General Meeting will follow at about 8pm. All are welcome to attend and help shape the development of the group.
All welcome (Members: Free; Non-members: £5).

Fen Edge Archaeology Group - Monthly Talk
'All together now: analysis of human–animal burials in Neolithic Britain' by Leah Damman (University of Cambridge)
Thursday 11th April 2019 at 7:30pm
Tony Cooper Suite, Cottenham Village College, High St, Cottenham, Cambridge CB24 8UA
In this talk Leah Damman will share with you her fascination with just how much bones can tell the story of those they belonged to – how much of the puzzle of the past they can represent. Fragmented, mixed assemblages of human and animal bones are common in archaeological deposits, particularly in prehistoric contexts across Europe and the British Isles. Leah’s  research is focused on such mixed burials from Neolithic Britain (4000–2500 BCE), a period where not much more than the skeletal evidence remains. Standard approaches to studying human remains in these contexts yield only limited understanding of the burials; animal bones are usually analysed separately. Leah is studying both the human and animal material by using human osteological and zooarchaeological methods, combined with specialised methods such as cut mark analysis and ZooMS. The aim is to understand more fully what happened to these remains (human and animal) around the time of death, when they were buried and subsequently.
All welcome. Admission: Members £2; Non-members pay £3.

Histon and Impington Archaeology Group - Monthly Talk
'The Must Farm Pile-Dwelling Settlement – Britain’s Pompeii!' by Mark Knight (CAU)
Monday 29th April 2019 at 7:30pm
Histon Baptist Church, 2 Poplar Rd, Histon, Cambridge CB24 9LN
Open to all. Members free and visitors £3, accompanied children free. Refreshments available.

Wimpole History Festival 2019
20th - 23rd June 2019
Wimpole Estate, Arrington, SG8 0BW
Booking has opened for events taking place during the third annual Wimpole History Festival at the National Trust's Wimpole Estate. Advance booking is required for many of the talks and activities. One of the talks will be on 'Investigations of the Roman Landscape at Wimpole' by the National Trust's archaeologist, Shannon Hogan, reviewing the finds of OA East's excavations at Lamp Hill last year.