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YAYAS Lecture Programme 2012-13

posted 16 Oct 2012, 13:39 by Paul Brayford   [ updated 1 Feb 2016, 15:16 ]
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YAYAS is an amenity society concerned with the environment and heritage of the historic County of Yorkshire.

All meetings start at 7.30 pm and are in the Friends’ Meeting House, Friargate, York 

Wednesday 17th October 2012
'Understanding the Late Medieval Elite Residence: Recent Work at Hornby Castle, North Yorkshire' 
by Erik Matthews (Architectural and Archaeological Society of Durham and Northumberland) 

Wednesday 21st November  2012
'Urban Myths: Housing and Shopping in York during the Eighteenth Century' 
by Matt Jenkins (University of York) 

Wednesday 12th December 2012
'Recent work at Roman Binchester' 
by David Petts (Durham University) 

Wednesday 16th January 2013
'Leeman Road Iron Foundries - recent survey at Phoenix Foundry' 
by Bill Fawcett (YAYAS) 

Wednesday 20th February 2013
'A brief history of tile' 
by Jane McComish (York Archaeological Trust) 

Wednesday 20th March 2013
'The History and Significance of York Guildhall' 
by Elizabeth Humble (Purcell Miller Tritton Architects) 

Wednesday 17th April  2013
'The 2012 Excavations in Guildhall Yard and Common Hall Lane'
by Mark Whyman (York Archaeological Trust) 

Wednesday 19th June 2012 
Formal ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING  followed by lecture, speaker tbc

Members of YAYAS are entitled to attend the Society's lectures without charge, to book places on excursions, to receive YAYAS Times/Annual Report and the journal York Historian, and to buy Society publications at beneficial prices. 

Annual Subscriptions are

Ordinary £12 [Joint £17]
Retired £10 [Joint £15]
Students £5

For further details of the benefits of membership or to join the Society please send an email to the Membership Secretary