A historian will give a constructive talk to a Bordon group about England’s ancient capital tonight (Wednesday, May 1).

Andrew Negus will talk about the “Bishops, Buildings and Bones” of Winchester when the Woolmer Forest Heritage Society meets in the Forest Community Centre.

The 7.30pm talk is the second in a series of talks about Hampshire’s county town by the historian, entry is £2 for members and £4 for visitors.

For more details about the group and its aim to uncover the military heritage and civilian history on the doorstep, visit www.woolmerforest.org.uk