Berkshire is privileged to have the Thames running through it. But what is the history of the river and its people, fauna and the landscape? This talk looks at the way the river and the physical and human landscape have changed over the last two million years from the earliest inhabitants to the start of modern history. From the elephants who lived here 8000,000 years ago, when it was a lot warmer, to the archaeological evidence of early settlements, find out more in this fascinating talk.
Pre-booking is required, because the event link will be sent in advance.
2 - 3.15pm
About Berkshire Family History Society
This talk is organised by Berkshire Family History Society, a registered charity number 283010.