The John Pull Memorial Lecture this year (12 February 2019), was given by John Skelton of Brighton and Hove Archaeological Society. It was an excellent presentation on excavations of Medieval remains at Hog Croft, Ovingdean, near Brighton. It appears to be the site of a manorial complex that existed during the Saxon/Norman period. The intriguing finds from the site included a possible Pilgrim bottle, spurs, apothecary bottle, and what looked suspiciously like a Boy Scout badge. He concluded with a demonstration of digital photogrammetry techniques for recording 3D models of objects and sites.