CBA Winter Meeting – The role of local societies in archaeology in the 21st century – Sat 2 March to Sun 3 March

A weekend conference, based in York, for local archaeological and historical societies and community groups, and interested individuals, coordinated by the Council for British Archaeology to be held at St William’s College in York.

The discussion-based programme gives societies the chance to explore common issues and share good practice about their future role, from digitising publications, to working with local partners and attracting wider audiences.

The programme starts on Saturday afternoon, with a tour and networking dinner in the evening, followed by a full day of sessions with buffet lunch and refreshments on the Sunday.

The formal proceedings of the Council for British Archaeology’s Winter General Meeting, which is free to CBA members, will take place at 12 noon on Sunday 3 March at St William’s College.

Book your place

Tickets for the weekend are £45 per delegate. To book now register online here or call CBA on 01904 671417.

Please note that the conference rooms are in Grade 1 listed St William’s College and are only accessible via two flights of stairs (no lift is possible due to the historic nature of the building).

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