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14
Apr

Geneaology activity from the National Archives

The perfect #StayAtHome hobby With more time on our hands than ever, now is the perfect opportunity to start researching your ancestors and tracing that family tree. We recommend starting with…

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03
Apr

How the coronavirus (COVID-19) is affecting the heritage sector – HLF

Our Head of Research, Data & Insight on the surveys that helped us guide our response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. The coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis has…

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03
Apr

Heart of the City II and Heritage Strategy for Sheffield – Public Consultation Update

  Dear Colleague, Joined Up Heritage Sheffield invites you to participate in the following two consultations: Heart of the City II – Public Consultation UPDATE Sheffield…

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15
Mar

TAS cancellations

We have just received this message from Teesside Archaeological Society: I'm sure you will all be aware of the current global situation regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19). As…

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01
Mar

Yorkshire Numismatic Society Lecture – Presidential Address 2020

Robert Barraclough will be giving a talk on "The coinages of The Ionian Islands and Malta under British Rule" Date: Monday 9th March 2020 @ 2pm…

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24
Feb

TAS February lecture 25th February 2020

This month's lecture will be held on Tuesday 25 February 2020 on A Grand Tour of Roman Scotland by Andrew Tibbs. Though Scotland was never successfully conquered by…

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16
Feb

Invitation to comment on draft Post-Medieval section of the SY Archaeological Research Framework

South Yorkshire Archaeology Service are working on a Research Framework for South Yorkshire and have recently completed the section for the post medieval period. They are…

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13
Jan

CBA Yorkshire Archaeology Day, 1st February 2020

Our annual event has returned! Formerly known as the Symposium, this one day conference gives people the opportunity to present their work in the Yorkshire region.…

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13
Jan

Osteoarchaeology Training Session – Young People aged 14-25

The Council for British Archaeology is partnering with English Heritage and The Society for the Study of Childhood in the Past (SSCIP) to deliver a free event, tailored for 14-25 year-olds. This…

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08
Jan

Lidar: An Introduction to Processing, Archaeological Interpretation and Mapping (North Duffield Conservation and History Society, 16th March 2020)

North Duffield Conservation and Local History Society present this one day workshop, likely to be in the North Duffield Village Hall. It will be hosted on…

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