Talk and Afternoon Tea 11th July at Ellis Cottage Barn

Published Jun, 2021

The barn at Ellis Cottage with some of our outdoor displays

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A Talk by Jan Bailey

(BA Hons-Archaeology) University of Melbourne, Grad Dip Ed La Trobe University

Sunday 11th July 2021

2pm – 4pm

$10 per person

with homemade afternoon tea

Ellis Cottage – Barn

RSVP by Wednesday 4th July to elliscottage@gmail.com

for further information please call – Maggie 0437 076 511 or Lynn 0407 364 302

Jan is a retired tertiary teacher, who has long been a passionate student of archaeology, fulfilling her fascination with yearly visits to excavation sites in the North-eastern Anatolia region of Turkey.  She is an historian and researcher, and her other passion is the English language.  Over many years she has honed her craft of writing and editing while working with both high-school and mature-age students, as well as transcribing and writing papers for publishing in archaeological journals, alongside her archaeology colleagues.

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