This page is intended to become an archive of photos, film and written records of our past meetings - day trips, weekend trips and longer tours. Meanwhile, we have a few films and photos from previous meetings available.
Please note that these films were filmed by students on the day and whilst they are not perfect in quality, we hope they give you a good impression of the visits and interesting information for those unable to attend. The RAI is very grateful to Oli Nissel, a student at Portsmouth University who has spent many hours filming and editing these short films for us.
These films are put on-line in accordance with the RAI's charitable research purposes, making our field visits available to more people. The films are the copyright of the Institute. If any image used within one of them does not have the correct copyright acknowledgement, please do get in touch with us.
Two films were recorded during this visit, and are available to view below. Don't forget you can use the bottom right hand button to make the films full screen size.
The first video is an introductory lecture to the visit, given by Roger Bowdler, Director of the Designation Department at English Heritage.
The second video is the visit itself, which includes footage filmed at: Framlingham (0.00), Challinor Arcedeckne (0.10.39), Little Glemham (0.18.37), Wingfield (0.32.46), Redgrave (0.42.55), Boulge, Fitzgerald (1.06.43) and Bury (1.14.50).