Welcome to Buriton
A talk about some amazing archaeological findings – by Ryan Watts of the Petersfield Museum
As part of Buriton's programme of activities to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the WW1 Armistice, scores of parishioners squeezed into the village hall on Wednesday 7 November to hear some fascinating findings from 100 years ago.
An illustrated talk on the wildlife and management of the Chalk Pits Nature Reserve - valuable habitats for a variety of species (and a few surprises!)
Films are shown in Buriton Village Hall near Petersfield at 7.30pm (doors open at 7pm).
Glasses of wine and soft drinks are available and there is usually an interval during which ice creams can be obtained.
Tickets cost £5 each - having the exact money is very helpful.