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Interested in helping run CBA Yorkshire?

Posted on 07/Feb/2018 Under News

If you are a member of CBA Yorkshire and want to help us develop our activities in the next year or lend a hand in running the group, why not drop our secretary a line? We're going to meetup and…

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ERAS Publishes East Riding Archaeologist Volume 16 2017

Posted on 28/Jan/2018 Under News

East Riding Archaeological Society have published the latest volume of East Riding Archaeologist with articles Ling Howe: a barrow at Walkington im the Yorkshire Wolds by JS Dent Prehistoric landuse at Crawberry Hill, Walkington by R Evershed and C Casswell…

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New YAC – Moors and Valleys Young Archaeologists’ Club

Posted on 28/Dec/2017 Under News, YAC_News

CBA Yorkshire is delighted about the new Moors and Valleys #YoungArchaeologists' Club. Congratulations to all those involved in setting up the club.

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Annual General Meeting and 2018 Symposium 3 February 2018

Posted on 22/Dec/2017 Under Events, Events-CBAY, News

The 2018 CBA Yorkshire AGM & Symposium is to be held at the Fountains Lecture Theatre,York St John University, Clarence Street, York on Saturday 3 February 2018. Please register by returning the booking slip on the booking form along with…

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Steve Bence 1956 – 2017

Posted on 15/Dec/2017 Under News

It is with great sadness that we share the news that our friend, and Chair of CBA Yorkshire, Steve Bence died this week, at his home near Malton, following an illness of several months. After retiring from a senior career…

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News: December Newsletter

Posted on 15/Dec/2017 Under News

We have sent out our December email newsletter using MailChimp. If it hasn't appeared in your Inbox please check your Spam folder. If its not there, we may not have a correct email address for you. You can read the…

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King / Thubron Grant Award 2018

Posted on 14/Dec/2017 Under News

Applications are invited from any group or individual involved in carrying out archaeological work in Yorkshire, for which they receive no payment or have limited access to alternative funds, for the King / Thubron Grant Award of £200. Eligible works can range…

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News: Iron Age burials discovered in Holderness

Posted on 30/Nov/2017 Under News

Hull Daily Mail reports on Iron Age skeletons dating back 3,000 years that have been dug up in East Yorkshire. The remains were found, along with weapons and tools in Holderness, between Burstwick and Rimswell. The excavations were conducted by Northern Archaeological…

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