Archaeology and Ale Proudly Present Ken Dash

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‘Built around 1500, Bishops’ House is one of only 3 buildings in Sheffield to survive from this period. For most of its life it was a farmhouse then a home for park keepers. It became a museum in 1976. ‘ Come along to the talk on Thursday 26th November to find out more!

Published by archinthecity

Archaeology in the City is the student-run volunteer outreach programme from the Department of Archaeology at the University of Sheffield.

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