Plymouth 1620: The Place, The People, The Evidence

The Plymouth from which the Mayflower departed nearly 400 years ago is considerably different from Plymouth in the present day.

What Plymouth, seafaring, and fishing was like in 1620, is the theme of a symposium hosted by a consortium of local history groups led by the Plymouth Archaeology Society (PAS).

Join them on Saturday, 12 September, for a full-day symposium on this fascinating subject. More details will be available soon.

'Plymouth 1620: The Place, The People, The Evidence' would not be possible without the Mayflower 400 Community Sparks Fund, and the Arts Institute at the University of Plymouth.

For more information email enquiries@plymarchsoc.org.uk or visit www.plymarchsoc.org.uk

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