Doesn’t time fly? It seems only yesterday that I was asking for details of winter programmes and now another summer is on our doorstep. Where are the West Yorkshire folk? It seems that lots of talks and events are going on all over Yorkshire we just need to hear more from those in West Yorkshire!
One big piece of news was the launch of the Roman Roads Research Association. The chairman might come from North Yorkshire but at least the membership secretary lives in Leeds!! Eventually the association hopes to coordinate road research across the whole of Roman Britain. Find out more at www.romanroads.org and then join to find out more about the activities planned for 2015.
Speaking from a personal view, there appears to be lots of different activities but as always the problem is trying to pull the information together. I spend as much time as I can spare putting up the information obtained from a number of sources, several of which are doing something very similar. However, I would still welcome more direct information coming from event organisers and in particular those within West Yorkshire.
Apart from posting events, the forum can also provide a vehicle for exchanging views, reporting on projects and generally keeping people in touch. This has been said before, but feedback to the forum is minimal. Are you out there using this site or am I just talking to myself?? Hit the comment button and let’s know your views!
What do people think, your views would be interesting and welcome on this forum. You can use the comment button below or email via the ‘Contact Us’ tab.
We continue to get information from our regulars but would welcome details of projects, speaker evenings or anything else happening in Yorkshire. We are the West Yorkshire Forum but are happy to put up information from the North, South and East!
If your group, project, society or whoever have events planned PLEASE let us know and I will make sure the information is published on the WYHF site. You can contact either Paul or myself via the ‘Contact Us’ Tab or leave a comment on this post.
We could also do with feedback from those of you attending some of these talks and recommendations for future talks/visits that could be passed on to relevant groups.