8pm to 10pm, Wednesday 26 September 2018
The York group welcome you to join them for this insightful talk by Sarah Maltby.
Between the years 1976 and 1981, archaeologists from the York Archaeological Trust found the houses, workshops and back yards of the Viking Age city of Jorvik, as it stood 1000 years ago.
The Jorvik Viking Centre opened it's doors in 1984, and has since welcomed visitors from all over the world. Sarah Maltby will give an illustrated talk about what happened at the Centre during the December 2015 floods, and then move on to talk about the Re-imagining Jorvik Project. This talk has been postponed from January and we're glad to have it rescheduled, we hope to see you there.
There will be complimentary tea and coffee, and free parking at the hotel.