In The Beginning: the story of prehistoric Runnymede

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Whilst the current Borough of Runnymede has only existed since the early 1970s, evidence of people living and working in the area dates back considerably further. During the Stone Age, humans progressed from being nomadic hunter-gatherers to settled farmers. From the Bronze Age through to the Iron Age, new technological advances in tools and weapons brought changes to the landscape and the lives of those occupying it. Farmers became traders as structured societies were created and developed. This exhibition looks at the archaeological evidence left behind by these earliest prehistoric residents, from the Stone Age to the Romans.

Tues to Fri 12.30 to 4.30 Sat 11am to 4pm
Free entry. Please visit the museum website for covid visitor guidelines
Chertsey Museum, The Cedars, 33 Windsor Street, Chertsey KT16 8AT
Today to Sat 2 Oct

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