Teesside Arch Soc | NewsFlash | Medieval North Yorkshire : Conferences and Courses 2013

  • Byland AbbeyNorthallerton and District Local History Society are hosting a taught 10 week series of evening courses covering The Medieval Towns of North Yorkshire from January 2013
  • The Yorkshire Archaeological Society Medieval Section are offering a one day conference on Recent Work on Yorkshire Monastic Landscapes and second day field trip to Wensleydale on Sat 6 and Sun 7 April 2013

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2 thoughts on “Teesside Arch Soc | NewsFlash | Medieval North Yorkshire : Conferences and Courses 2013

  1. Who can we contact for further details? – We run a local blog for Redcar and are looking for as much information as possible on North Yorkshire and its buildings, as we look to build a information resource. Thank you

    • Hi – nice blog! It’s a short question, but with a convoluted answer – spanning archaeology, historic environment etc. For archaeology, Redcar & Cleveland Council now maintain the Historic Environment Record (HER) – they stopped funding Tees Archaeology (the local authority heritage service in Hartlepool) this year, but Tees Arch may be able to help advise you (sympathise if they cannot). There are local and regional societies too (like TAS), including the Cleveland Industrial Archaeology Society, Cleveland and Teesside Local History Society, Yorkshire Archaeological Society. Doing some googling here and talking to some of their folks would be a good start. You might also contact the people at the Kirkleatham Old Hall Museum. Hope this helps! -Spence

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