The KAS held its first online event on Tuesday 9th February, a conversation between KAS President-elect Kerry Brown and Richard Taylor on a possible candidate location for the Caesarian landings in 55 and 54 BC. During the talk Richard gave a presentation on the Leverhulme funded research project conducted at Pegwell Bay by the University of Leicester enthusiastically assisted by volunteers from local Kent groups and KCC.
The event attracted a huge amount of attention and was only restricted by the number of 'seats' available on the Zoom account used. The fact that this first event attracted well in excess of 100 people has resulted in the KAS investing in a Microsoft Teams account which will have up to 30,000 seats available. This will enable all those repeat of those disappointed not to join the live event to join our future live events without a problem.
The event was also recorded and loaded to our Youtube channel, as will our future events. https://youtu.be/iVjimfIBdFo
We are gathering talent from all over Kent and beyond to bring you some more quality content, some live, some recorded and some interactive.
We hope you enjoy the new programme of events which we will post on this news feed, the Facebook page, email our members and add them to our web calendar.