Carenza Lewis will be among the speakers at the CBA’s 2011 Winter General Meeting at the British Academy in London, on Monday 7th March. The theme for this year’s event is ‘Archaeology, Community, Stewardship’.
The CBA’s Winter General Meeting (WGM) business meeting will form part of a day which will focus on how local groups can play a crucial role in looking after the UK’s archaeological heritage, with presentations and discussion. The day will begin with a Keynote address from Carenza Lewis, and will also feature the award ceremony for the Marsh Archaeology Award, which this year is to be given to a voluntary group or individual who has been responsible over the last two years for looking after and promoting access to the historic environment within the UK.
There is also a chance to hear more about much of our current work supporting and advocating community action in archaeological heritage, including the current Community Archaeology Bursaries Project, which the CBA is running with support from the National Lottery through the Heritage Lottery Fund.
More details, including the full programme, are available on the CBA’s WGM (www.britarch.ac.uk/wgm) page.
To book your place, please visit the CBA Shop (www.britarch.ac.uk/shop), or call us on 01904 671417. Places cost £10 for CBA members, and £20 for non-members.