The Elsyng Palace Excavations
11 — 3pm - Saturday, 27 July 2019
Venue: Forty Hall
The EAS excavations of Elsyng Palace in the grounds of Forty Hall will include a public open day, in partnership with Enfield Museum on the 27th July with a chance to see what has been uncovered this year, to handle some finds and learn more about the history of the palace.
There will be a children’s ‘sand pit’ dig, photographic displays, the chance to buy publications about the borough’s history and a free guided walk around the site (meet at the excavation site at 1.30 pm).
Anyone over 16 interested in taking part in the excavations should go to the EAS website (www.enfarchsoc.org/dig) for information (to dig people must join the EAS by 6th July and indicate that they want to dig on the application form available on the website).