Date(s) - 25/04/2020
Dales Archaeology Day
If you are interested in the historic environment of the Yorkshire Dales then this annual event is not to be missed.
Talks, displays, posters and a book stall.
10.10: Introduction – Miles Johnson, Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority
10.20: The impact of the July 2019 floods on the historic landscape – Miles Johnson, Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority
10.50: Small finds from the Yorkshire Dales: Objects recorded with the Portable Antiquities Scheme 1997-2020 – Dr Dot Boughton, former Finds Liaison Officer
11.30: Revising Pevsner: Yorkshire, the North Riding – Jane Grenville
12.35: Lunch break. Lunch is not provided. There are a number of shops, pubs and restaurants in Leyburn within easy walking distance of the venue.
13.35: Digging for Britons: a community excavation at High Carlingill – Jan Hicks, Lunesdale Archaeology Society
14.15: Boulders and boundaries: prehistoric field systems in the Yorkshire Dales – Dr Hannah Brown
14.55: Break for refreshments (tea, coffee and biscuits will be provided)
15.15: Talk TBC
Tickets cost £15 with a concessionary rate of £12.50 for full time students or Yorkshire Archaeology and History Society members and can be booked on our website. This includes refreshments (tea, coffee and biscuits) but not lunch.Tickets will also be for sale on the door and via phone. For updates you can follow us on social media, search ‘Yorkshire Dales Archaeology’ on Facebook and @dalesarch on Twitter.Please note that the above programme is provisional and may be subject to change. If you require further information please contact email@example.com