Speaker: Sally Sibley
Using a combination of words, images and replica artefacts, Sally Sibley describes something of the culture of the people who lived close to, and probably used, Sutton Hoo – the iconic Anglo-Saxon royal burial site near Woodbridge – in the early 7th century. She will also describe the significant achievements of those involved in the 1939 excavation together with the latest information on Sutton Hoo following the completion of the £4m National Lottery Heritage Funded project, Releasing the Sutton Hoo Story, to enhance the visitor experience of the site.
Sally has been volunteering at Sutton Hoo for over nine years, and regularly gives presentations about it.
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25 May 2022
Wednesday Lecture - online