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Yorkshire Dales Archaeology Day School - 26 April 2014

posted 24 Mar 2014, 11:51 by CBA Yorkshire   [ updated 1 Feb 2016, 15:16 by Paul Brayford ]

Archaeology and the Historic Environment
Saturday 26 April 2014
Grassington Town Hall

The Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority is holding its annual day school,Archaeology and the Historic Environment in the Yorkshire Dales National Park on Saturday 26 April 2014. It will take place at Grassington Town Hall.

The 2014 day school will have book stalls and poster displays. Speakers at this year's day school will discuss the results of recent archaeological and historical survey and research. The programme will include talks on:

  • Recent work on the Wharfedale henges
    Alex Gibson

  • Quality of life at Marrick Priory
    Ashley Tallyn

  • Barden Tower: in the eye of the beholder
    Andrew Frame

  • New light on Anglo-Saxon settlement in North Craven
    David Johnson

  • Community archaeology: fact or fiction
    Diarmaid Walshe

  • Discoveries in Craven: 40 years of vernacular buildings studies
    Alison Armstrong

  • Prison of conscience: Richmond Castle during the Great War
    Stephen Erskine

The fee for the day school is £15 (£12.50 for full-time students/full Yorkshire Archaeological Society members). This includes refreshments but not lunch.

For details and booking form, download the Archaeology day school brochure. You can contact us for more information by emailing herinfo@yorkshiredales.org.uk or calling 01969 652353.

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