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Archaeology and the Historic Environment in the Yorkshire Dales National Park Annual Day School

posted 25 Feb 2011, 08:55 by Paul Brayford   [ updated 19 Apr 2011, 09:26 ]
Saturday 16 April 2011
Grassington Town Hall
10am to 4.30pm

The Yorkshire Dales National Park has some of the best preserved and extensive historic landscapes on the country.

Speakers at this year's day school will discuss the results of recent archaeological and historical survey and research.

Fee: £15 (£12.50 for full-time students/full YAS members) - includes refreshments but not lunch

Programme 

The 2011 day school will have book stalls, poster displays and include talks on: 

The development of monastic occupation in Kilnsey - Sonia Wilkinson 
A landscape survey of the north-west flanks of Ingleborough - Ingleborough Archaeology Group 
The Reeth Union workhouse - Alan Mills 
Keeping up with the Cliffords: Politics, rivalry and hunting in late Medieval Mallerstang - Erik Matthews 
Forgotten Clouds: a relict British place name in the Yorkshire Dales and its significance - Yvonne Luke 
Why your National Park needs you: the contribution of memory to understanding twentieth century archaeology - Shaun Richardson 
Vernacular buildings of Carlton in Coverdale: recent surveys and findings  - David Cook 
Post-medieval vegetation change and land use in Ribblesdale - Ian Whyte and Helen Shaw

For further information or to book, please email herinfo@yorkshiredales.org.uk or call 01969 652338 or see http://www.yorkshiredales.org.uk/index/livinghere/whatwecandotohelpyou/achaeologyadvice/archaeologydayschool.htm


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