AN ILLUSTRATTED talk on Archaeology and the Natural Environment will be given by Dr Mike Hodder at The Trinity Centre, formerly Lickey Parish Hall.
The event, organised by the Lickey Hills Society, will be held at 7.30pm on Tuesday (January 27).
It will see Dr Hodder, who retired last year from his post as the Birmingham City archaeologist, speak about the many major excavations he has overseen over the years.
These include those done at the Bullring, the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Eastside, the M6 Toll road and Birmingham Library.
Mike will consider the need to preserve and manage sites of archaeological interest that were also important for their natural environment.
Everyone is welcome, there are light refreshments available.
Admission is free to members of the Lickey Hills Society and £1.50 for non-members.