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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02
Aug

Elmswell Farm 14th-26th August

There are a series of events going on at Elmswell Farm near Driffield in East Yorkshire which have just joined our Festival of Archaeology 2018! Not…

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23
Jul

Walking tour of Scarborough’s Old Town, 18th August, 17:00-19:00

This walk will introduce participants to the long history of Scarborough’s old town looking at evidence for how the town has grown since it was founded…

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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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19
Jul

Guided walking tour of Auburn Sands, 12th August, 10:30-12:30

Join us to explore and learn about the fascinating multi-period archaeology of Auburn Sands. During this guided walk you will have the opportunity to discover the…

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