HEC Evening Lectures - Uncovering 71 Fenchurch Street
71 Fenchurch Street, London, EC3M 4BR
On the 19th June, expert archaeologist and MOLA Director of Research and Engagement Sophie Jackson will re-examine the exciting results from MOLA excavations at 71 Fenchurch Street, in light of the 20 years of research that have come since.
The 1996-7 dig provided MOLA archaeologists with the opportunity to fill a gap in London's archaeological record relating to the eastern parts of the Roman and medieval cities. Excavations uncovered evidence of occupation spanning from the 1st century AD, to the heyday of the East India Company whose warehouses once stood on site.
The event forms part of a Summer series of free lectures held at the LRF Heritage and Education Centre, which will delve deeper into the story and history of Lloyd's Register. There will be a drinks reception from 17.30 followed by the lecture from 18.00-19.30.
Visitors will need to enter via the old entrance of 71 Fenchurch Street, near the corner of Lloyd's Avenue. No parking is available.
The event is FREE of charge, but tickets are limited and should be reserved in advance here.