We have further news on the excavation being carried out by South Leeds Archaeology. Following a site meeting with the National Trust, further archaeological investigations are planned.
You Are What You Ate: Food lessons from the past!
This weekend, join us for…
Leeds Loves Food Festival
Saturday 26 May, 11am to 6pm
Millennium Square, Leeds
Join the ‘You are what ate’ team this Saturday at the Leeds Loves Food Festival for fascinating cookery demonstrations and free food tastings (based on recipes from the past). Continue reading
The Huddersfield Archaeological Society have announced the release of their CD describing the route of the above road.
For further details visit the Huddersfield Archaeological Society website.
The attached poster advertises a few events which are being organised by the University of Sheffield in support of the Heritage Lottery Fund’s All Our Stories funding scheme. We’d be delighted to hear from community groups who are considering applying to All Our Stories and would like to work with researchers from the University. The first events are on Wednesday 23 May.
Further information is available on our website:
communityheritage.group.shef.ac.uk. The project team can be contacted by
email: email@example.com. Many thanks, Bob Johnston
I have found out about this event via Pat Hadley’s blog.
The first Day of Archaeology was held in 2011. Contributors were asked to send in diary entries showing how they were involved in Archaeology on July 29th, the Day of Archaeology. If not actually active on that day, anything a week before or after could count. There were over 400 contributors in all.
This year the day chosen is the 29th of June. It occurs to me that if you are already planning to come along to the next West Yorkshire Heritage Forum event on the 30th June in Hebden Bridge, there is an activity which can be written up and contributed as part of the Day of Archaeology.
For more information on how you can take part see this years website
Shepherd Wheel will have its official opening next weekend the 12th May. Please see the link for more information: http://www.simt.co.uk/news/tags/whats-on
There will be a workshop session on Thursday June 7th. To find out more have a look at the churchyard poster