Plymouth 1620: The Place, the People, the Evidence

Plymouth 1620 Email Facebook Twitter To mark the 400th anniversary of the sailing of the Mayflower, Plymouth Archaeology Society with support from The National Heritage Lottery and Mayflower 400, have launched an exciting new project entitled ‘Plymouth 1620: the place, the people, the evidence’. The project invites all Plymouth local history groups and enthusiasts to research and share what life was like across Plymouth in the 1600s.  What do youContinue reading “Plymouth 1620: The Place, the People, the Evidence”

Welcome to Plymouth in 1620

Chris Robinson Facebook Twitter In his new book, Chris Robinson invents a tourist guide to Plymouth 400 years ago. We hope you enjoy this exclusive extract. With our Devon roads barely being fit for travel on horseback let alone in a carriage, the chances are that you have arrived in our town by sea. The firstContinue reading “Welcome to Plymouth in 1620”