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  • CBA Yorkshie Annual Symposium 2017 Saturday 4 February 2017Fountains Lecture Theatre, York St John University, Clarence Street, York YO31 7RB
    Posted 25 Dec 2016, 13:34 by Paul Brayford
  • Annual General Meeting 2017 Our annual general meeting for 2017 will be held on Saturday 4 February 2017 in York.It will be followed by our annual symposium.The agenda and supporting papers including ...
    Posted 25 Dec 2016, 13:30 by Paul Brayford
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  • The Power of Archaeology You can help to keep the pressure on government and ensure that your local MP and counsellor is aware of how important heritage is to your community as part of ...
    Posted 6 Jul 2016, 16:34 by Paul Brayford
  • Home Front Legacy Project update The Council for British Archaeology, Home Front Legacy 1914-18 project has made great progress over the past 12 months.The ‘Map of Sites continues to be updated with new ...
    Posted 6 Jul 2016, 16:32 by Paul Brayford
  • Adopting Archaeology If you are interested in caring for your heritage, the Adopting Archaeology project is about you - so we really want you to get involved!Together with the Department of Archaeology ...
    Posted 11 Jun 2016, 13:45 by Paul Brayford
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  • We run a number of events during the year. Our main event is the Annual Symposium held on the first Saturday in February each year. Other events include workshops and visits.
  • Hanging Grimston Summer Excavation Visit 31 July 2016 Visit to the excavations at Hanging Grimston, near Kirby Underdale, North Yorkshire Sunday 31 July 2016 The Hanging Grimston Community Archaeology Project is a joint venture of the High Wolds Heritage Group and Scarborough Archaeological & Historical Society. Its principal aim is to test, mainly through excavation, ideas derived from recent earthwork and geophysical surveys about the phasing and history of medieval and earlier settlement remains at Hanging Grimston - a deserted village on the western scarp edge of the Yorkshire Wolds, just north of Garrowby Hill (OS grid ref SE 79903 59971). Excavations at the site began last year with the investigation of a probable manorial enclosure and included the discovery of the site of a medieval dovecote. Trenches elsewhere revealed ...
    Posted 6 Jul 2016, 16:22 by Paul Brayford
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Upcoming Conferences, Dayschools and Courses

  • The following list includes conferences and dayschools being run by CBA members but not CBA Yorkshire itself. If you wish us to advertise an event please email: web@cba-yorkshire.org.uk
  • South Leeds Archaeology Summer Conference - Sat 16 July South Leeds Archaeology Summer Conference - "Community Archaeology - The Future for Community Volunteer Archaeologists" at Oakwell Hall, Leeds. This conference aims to explore the practice of ‘Community Archaeology’, bringing together community ...
    Posted 6 Jul 2016, 16:18 by Paul Brayford
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Featured Group

  • Upper Wharfedale Heritage Group The Upper Wharfedale Heritage Group is a group of people who have an interest in all aspects of archaeology. In 2005, when the Department of Archaeology in the School of ...
    Posted 6 Sep 2012, 07:14 by Paul Brayford
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  • Jobs in archaeology in Yorkshire