6 comments on “Roman enamels workshop in Malton, North Yorkshire

  1. What an interesting event to attend I would be interested if this sort of thing comes up again and is open to the public.

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  5. If you enjoyed hearing about the Roman enamels workshop you may be interested to know that there is another in the Malton Museum ‘Secrets from the Stores’ series of meetings on Thursday 12th June 2014 (10.00am for 10.30am start). It’s led by John Cruse of the Yorkshire Quern Survey and it’s called ‘What a Grind! Querns – what they tell us about Regional Identity’ and it’s £15 per person including light lunch. It’s held at the Subscription Rooms, 36, Yorkersgate, Malton, YO17 7AB. For tickets please ring 01653 697845.

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