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February 2022 - Coffee Break Meet-up - tour of the Wool Hall
March 2022 - Coffee Break Meet-up at Poole Museum Café
May 3rd 10.00am - 1.00pm - Birds of Poole Harbour Boat Trip
May 2022 - Exclusive evening event for the Wessex Museums Thomas Hardy exhibition
Do you know...
Watch an interesting online talk presented by Professor Timothy Darvill OBE on the
History of Salt- making around Poole Harbour.
More online talk events coming soon.
Poole has been a prosperous pottery making area since the medieval ages, hundreds of Poole people made pots for the Roman armies based in Dorset and kilns have been discovered all over the area.
Listen to a fascinating talk by Professor Timothy Darvill OBE, first presented as part of our March Soiree online event for members.
PMF Trustee and Bournemouth University Professor Timothy Darvill OBE speaks about
the early farmers of Bournemouth, Christchurch and Poole.
Professor Tim Darvill showcases three neolithic axe heads housed in Poole Museum.
Members can find the most recent and past PMF newsletters here, featuring a letter from the Fundraising and Membership Officer, an artefact in the spotlight, words from a guest author, information about upcoming events and more!