Camertonia 49 test Caerwent and CaerleonHeather KnightCamertonia 49 (2011) pp. 56 – 59. What the Romans did for south east Wales. Boyd’s Mill and Castle Cary. Boyd’s Mill and Castle CaryCarole PaulCamertonia 49 (2011) pp. 60 – 61. One of the last remaining mills in the world that weaves horsehair. The Wiltshire Woollen Industry (Trowbridge and Devizes)Tim LuntCamertonia 49 (2011) pp. 62 – 64. The history of a local industry, its growth and decline. Perna, Fici et MelJulian BackCamertonia 49 (2011) p. 65. Ham, Figs and Honey – a Roman feast in Frome. The Food Frome project started in 2005 to promote local food heritage. Publications included one on Roman food (see Camertonia 2009). This article records the making of a film on Roman food made for the Frome Festival 2011. The article includes the menu for a meal which was the central event of the film. News Views ReviewsCamertonia 49 (2011) pp. 66 – 67. The following items are included in these pages. Dates for the Homefield excavation for 2011. Dates for the Open Day at Upper Row Farm and for the Festival of British Archaeology Open Day at Bathampton Down. The winners of the Clive Peacock Memorial Award were Mary Huntley and Sue Woods for ‘ten years providing essential refreshments for countless open days and lectures’. BACAS thanks Tavis Walker. Ceri Lambdin. The Educational Project finished in 2010 and was ‘largely due to Tavis Walker’s work in the Educational Officer role.’ The article itemises the range of Tavis’ work and commitment. Book Review by the 2010. Clive Peacock Award Winner. John Oswin. The Stone Circles of Britain, Ireland and Brittany by Audrey Burl.