Yorkshire Festival of Archaeology

Yorkshire Festival of Archaeology 2018

The Yorkshire Festival of Archaeology 2018 is a celebration of the heritage we champion at CBA Yorkshire, a regional branch of the Council of British Archaeology. This summer, we are organising and endorsing a number of events within Yorkshire which promote Yorkshire's archaeology in all its variety. By endorsing we would like to see affiliate organisations using the Yorkshire Festival of Archaeology logo to help spread the word!

Please use the hashtag #yorksarch2018 in conjunction with the logo. Please contact us at web@cba-yorkshire.org.uk if you want more information about the Yorkshire Festival of Archaeology 2018.

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17
Jul

Walking tour of Bram Stoker’s Whitby, 4th August 2018, 18:30-20:00

The historic seaside town of Whitby is famous as the setting for Bram Stoker's classic horror story ‘Dracula'. On this tour we will follow the route…

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16
Jul

CBA Yorkshire – visit to the excavations at Hanging Grimston near Kirby Underdale, North Yorkshire Sunday 29 July 2018

Start 10.30am Duration 90 minutes The earthworks of the medieval village of Hanging Grimston, which lie on the western scarp edge of the Yorkshire Wolds close…

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05
Jul

Tales That Timber Tells: Long Ashes Park, Threshfield nr Skipton, 14th-29th July

The Upper Wharfedale Heritage Group would like to present their display on the story of Upper Wharfedale's buildings, using a variety of methods on the timbers…

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09
Jul

Bespoke Visit to Creswell Craggs: Thursday 26th July

The Time Travellers have organised a special behind the scenes visit to Creswell Craggs, including access to Pin Hole Cave which is normally open to the…

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