Our notices

  • King Thubron Grant 2016 Applications are invited from any group or individual involved in carrying out archaeological work in Yorkshire, for which they receive no payment or have limited access to alternative funds, for ...
    Posted 12 Jan 2016, 09:31 by Paul Brayford
  • Annual General Meeting 2016 Our annual general meeting for 2016 will be held on Saturday 6 February 2016 in the Fountains Lecture Theatre, York St John University, Clarence Street, York at 10:00 am ...
    Posted 12 Jan 2016, 09:27 by Paul Brayford
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  • Yorkshire Museums Under Threat A number of museums have been earmarked for closure as local authorities factor austerity cuts into future budgets. Museums in Kirklees, West Yorkshire, are under threat as the local authority ...
    Posted 29 Feb 2016, 05:20 by CBA Yorkshire
  • William (Bill) Booth (1930-2016): An Appreciation Back in 1956, there was a massive increase in the public appreciation of archaeology. The BBC had its own dedicated department, and personalities like Sir Mortimer Wheeler (a Yorkshireman from ...
    Posted 4 Feb 2016, 12:50 by CBA Yorkshire
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Yorkshire Archaeology news

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  • We run a number of events during the year. Our main event is the Annual Symposium held on the first Saturday in February each year. Other events include workshops and visits.
  • 2016-June-12 Field Trip Byland Abbey and Helmsley Castle Our next field trip is on Sunday 12 June and includes two outstanding mediaeval sites- Byland Abbey and Helmsley Castle in the North Riding.In the morning, we shall assemble at the Byland Inn opposite Byland Abbey for registration and tea/coffee followed by a talk on the site and a guided tour.In the afternoon, we visit Helmsley Castle again with an introductory talk and guided tour.The cost of the day is £25 which includes refreshments, lunch, entry to the two sites and contribution towards costs of guides.All transport is self-organised.Please complete and return the attached form with your payment.Please email secretary@cba-yorkshire.org.uk for further information
    Posted 14 Feb 2016, 13:43 by CBA Yorkshire
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Upcoming Conferences, Dayschools and Courses

  • The following list includes conferences and dayschools being run by CBA members but not CBA Yorkshire itself. If you wish us to advertise an event please email: web@cba-yorkshire.org.uk
  • Introduction to Landscape Archaeology Historic England Residential Training SchoolFountains Abbey and the Dales Monday 16th May - Wednesday 18th May 2016 A three day residential training school introducing landscape archaeology. For professional and independant ...
    Posted 8 Mar 2016, 02:56 by Paul Brayford
  • 2016 April 16 Sheffield: Making History For A Successful City SHEFFIELD 2016 - YEAR OF MAKINGMAKING HISTORY FOR A SUCCESSFUL CITY: SHEFFIELD’S FIRST HERITAGE CONFERENCESaturday 16th AprilPlease find information below about the Making History for a Successful ...
    Posted 7 Feb 2016, 08:47 by CBA Yorkshire
  • Dearne Valley Archaeology Day 2016 The conference will be held on Saturday the 28th of May at the Dearne Valley College Manvers Campus.CALL FOR PAPERSElemet Archaeology would like to officially announce a call ...
    Posted 7 Feb 2016, 08:31 by CBA Yorkshire
  • Finds from Roman York, Brigantia and Beyond Roman Finds Group Spring Meeting in YorkFriday 1st and Saturday 2nd April 2016 - University of York, Philip Rahtz lecture theatre, Kings Manor, YorkThe 2016 RFG Spring Meeting is ...
    Posted 7 Feb 2016, 07:56 by CBA Yorkshire
  • Yorkshire Dales Archaeology Day School 2016 Saturday 9 April 2016 - Grassington Town Hall - 10am to 4:30pm The Yorkshire Dales National Park has some of the most iconic and best preserved historic landscapes in the country ...
    Posted 1 Feb 2016, 13:59 by Paul Brayford
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Featured Group

  • Upper Wharfedale Heritage Group The Upper Wharfedale Heritage Group is a group of people who have an interest in all aspects of archaeology. In 2005, when the Department of Archaeology in the School of ...
    Posted 6 Sep 2012, 07:14 by Paul Brayford
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  • Jobs in archaeology in Yorkshire
  • AECOM: Archaeological Consultant: Leeds AECOM is seeking Archaeological Consultants to join its established heritage teams in the multi-disciplinary offices of environmental and engineering consultants in London and Leeds.Full details: http://www.bajr ...
    Posted 1 Feb 2016, 14:04 by Paul Brayford
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