Last Tuesday Professor Joyce Hill entertained a capacity audience in Marton cum Grafton Village Hall with her talk on ‘The Staffordshire Hoard’.
Unfortunately the following talk in August has had to be cancelled, a new date is being organised probably for September and Professor Hill is suggesting the content is changed to feature the Harrogate Viking Hoard Further details to follow ….
The next talk in the series will be on Tuesday 27th August at 7.30 pm in the Marton cum Grafton Village Hall.
This lecture features many churches in our immediate area: Kirk Hammerton, Kirby Hill and St Gregory’s Minister plus many others, and describes the position of early Christianity in the Saxon social structure. This is a fascinating talk for anyone interested in the early history of our area.
The last lecture sold out, so I would advise booking early if you wish to enjoy Joyce’s engaging and enthusiastic style.
£5.00 per person, includes a free glass of wine, or a soft drink if you prefer.
To reserve a ticket email Tony Hunt or call or text to 07977447712
Wakefield Museum is launching a new club for 8 to 13 year olds – the Young Curators’ Club at Wakefield Museum.
This free club, will give young people the opportunity to get involved in the museum, handle real museum objects, discover interesting historical facts and try new craft activities.
Over the summer, young people are also invited to two drop-in activities to meet the session leader, find out more about the club, pick-up a members’ pack, and try a new craft activity to take home.
Click here for more details
Prof. Robin Fleming
Department of History, Boston College
“Who was buried in Anglo-Saxon cemeteries in the fifth and early sixth centuries (and why we should care)?”
It will take place on Wednesday July 24th, 5:00 PM, K/133, Department of Archaeology York University. All are welcome!
Join the Derwent Valley Light Railway Society for their Centenary Celebration weekend! Visiting locomotives, model railways, miniature railway rides, photographing opportunities and an extensive visitor timetable for the weekend, plus more!
See the Derwent Valley Light Railway website for further details and for contacts.
We now have an agenda for the above meeting in Sheffield. Click here for the full agenda
The Friends of York Walls & Fishergate Fulford & Heslington Local History Society have organised the above exhibition from 13th July 2013 to 28th July 2013. Click here for further details
Just a reminder that the next tour by the Friends of Roman Aldborough will be this Wednesday 19th July 2013 starting from the museum at 2.30.
The tour is free but normal English Heritage entrance charges apply. Further details
SCHF can happily confirm that the next meeting will be held on the 27th July at the Grenoside Reading Rooms.
The day will start around 10am and run until about 2pm-3pm. We also have a good list of speakers now and will be sending an agenda out in the next few weeks.
There are still a few tickets left, but going fast, for the talk given by Professor Joyce Hill on Tuesday 23rd July at Marton cum Grafton village hall.
Click here to read the earlier post with all the details