Les digs into ancient history in his column for the June issue of Mendip Times!
In a packed article, we take in a fascinating archaeological exercise with the South West Heritage Trust in the historic and mysterious town of Glastonbury. A place rich in legend and folklore, Les recounts his current work at the Beckery and takes a dive into some of the history of the famous Abbey.
We also take a glimpse at the history of the Burrington Commons, nestled in Les’ beloved Mendip Hills.
This issue marks the eleventh anniversary of the Mendip Times, so there couldn’t be a better time to start reading! To read Les’s column, click on the image below to go to the Mendip Times website. The best way is to view the magazine on PDF – go to the option ‘the magazine’ on their menu and then click to download the latest copy of the Mendip Times. Les’ column is on page 60 of the June edition:
Or you can download this and Les’s previous Mendip Times columns on our archive page.