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No 6258

Wednesday 7 March 2012

Vol cxlii No 23

pp. 488–495

Societies, etc.

Cambridge Antiquarian Society

The Society’s Annual Spring Conference on the theme From the ground up: contemporary building recording methods and practice will be held on Saturday, 31 March 2012, between 10 a.m. (registration from 9.30 a.m.) and 5 p.m. in Room LG18 of the Law Faculty Building, West Road. The programme will be as follows:

Morning from 10 a.m.: An introductory view from local government, by Edward Martin; King’s Cross: the challenges of recording historic buildings, by Charlotte Mathews; Conservation areas: capturing collective qualities, by David Grech

Afternoon from 2 p.m.: How & why do you record a cathedral, by Philip Dixon; Exploration to explanation: applied digital technologies, by Marcus Abbott; The Grand Arcade, Cambridge, by Craig Cessford

Places for non-members are £15, and £10 for members of the CAS and of its Affiliated Societies. Further details are available at

Cambridge Philosophical Society

The Society’s next lecture will take place at 5.30 p.m. on Monday, 12 March 2012, in the Bristol-Myers Squibb Lecture Theatre, Department of Chemistry, Lensfield Road. Professor Simon Conway-Morris will give a lecture entitled Nine evolutionary myths: The closing of the Darwinian mind? Further details are available at