Southampton – Water, Slaughter and Trade

Part 1

Andrew Negus

BLHS Monthly Meeting Saturday, 11th May, 2024

at 7.00 pm, United Reformed Church (above Iceland), Bitterne Precinct

Arthur Negus is a retired history teacher, an around the world backpacker (twice), a Blue Badge guide for central southern England, and aspires to be a local historian. He also keeps chickens, bees and daughters.

This talk is the first of two covering the history and development of Southampton from Roman times until today. Apart from the stories of visiting kings, a giant, Jane Austen, and the Luftwaffe all left their mark, Andrew will explore the remarkable mediaeval remains of this historic walled town.

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