Martin Millett is giving a talk about recent work at Roman Aldborough on Tuesday 17th March 2015 in York.
The next Thornton Le Street talk will be on Saturday 7th February 2015 at 2.00 pm. Admission will be £2 at the door, but prior booking is advised. (Full Details attached)
Dr Stephen Sherlock will report on the on-going programme of archaeological excavation undertaken by Northern Archaeological Associates, including further evidence of Dere Street and associated fortifications and settlements along its route.
We have now received details of the rearranged open day to view the archaeology at Catterick as part of the A1 Leeming Bar to Barton improvement scheme.
Hourly walks will be organised starting at 10:30 am and finishing at 2:30 pm.
The ground is rough and could well be muddy. Waterproof and sturdy footwear is advised.
For any further information please contact Stuart Culley, Public Liaison Officer, on 01677 932348
The CBA YORKSHIRE 2015 ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING and SYMPOSIUM will be held on Saturday 7 February 2015 at the Stoddart Lecture Theatre, Stoddart Building, Sheffield Business School, Arundel Gate, Sheffield (on the Sheffield Hallam University City Campus)
This event is open to non-members, so bring a friend and tell your contacts.
Have just received the following from Dave Weldrake:
People, Resources and Landscape in the Aire Valley
Following the success of his local history sessions last year Dave Weldrake has be asked by the WEA to tutor a further course based at the Kirkgate Centre in Shipley. It will consist of 7 two hour sessions starting on the morning of Friday 23 January 20015.
People, Resources and Landscape in the Aire Valley focuses on how people have exploited the natural resources of the area around Shipley, Bingley and Baildon from earliest times to the present day. It will reveal how the past has shaped the character of this stretch of the Aire Valley today.
More information about the course and details of how to book can be found on the WEA website at https://enrolonline.wea.org.uk/Online/2014/CourseInfo.aspx?ActivityID=318974 . Places are limited so an early booking is advisable.