£6 non-members, £4 members . £6 to join.   Refreshments available .
In January and February there will be Dowsing practice for Members from 1pm to 1.30pm.

Sunday 13 December: Dowsing the Arthurian Legend with Don Bryan.

  (Dowsing practice after the tea break.)
Meetings start at 2pm  Doors open 1.40pm.
Indoor Meetings are held at The Bassil Shippam Centre, Tozer Way,
St Pancras, Chichester PO19 7LG
Don Bryan has been intrigued by the legends of King Arthur since childhood and is a lifetime member of the Pendragon Society.
Arthur is supposed to have lived in the late fifth/early sixth centuries (the early “Dark Ages”) and to have led resistance to the Anglo Saxon hoards invading our shores in the post Roman period. Unfortunately, this is a time where written records are almost entirely lacking. 
Don believes there is credence to the story. He will share with us his experiences digging and dowsing  at some of the sites most associated with Arthur.
Don has a PhD in archaeology. He is the founder of the Hampshire Archaeological Dowsing Group and chairman  of the BSD Archaeological special interest group.  He also runs a company offering tours of the West country.

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