I’m humbled and honoured to have been elected as the Hon Editor (CBA Yorkshire FORUM Journal) and a Trustee of Council for British Archaeology: Yorkshire Group. I’ll be calling for papers shortly—for FORUM New Series Volume 2 (2013). If you’re doing anything in the heritage and archaeology space—this is the place where we can help you spread the word about your projects, findings and achievements.
Meantime, New Series Volume 1 (2012) is now out and being distributed to more than 600 CBA Yorkshire members and affiliate organisations across the county and country.
So why don’t you join—you’ll get the current journal too?* Play your part in preserving and exploring Yorkshire’s fine heritage, and making Archaeology for all a reality.
Individual Membership is a bargain at £12.50, Families and Organisations for £15.00 and Under 18s & Full-time Students for £5.00.
November Stockton buildings & history day school| York Archaeology 2012 conference
History of British Pottery exhibition opens at Hartlepool – including local finds from the Bronze Age to Medieval
Register interest for the new Ure-Swale Archaeology Forum (USAF) | visit the Bronzeexhibition at the British Academy of Arts in London – a chance to see the Crosby Garrett Roman Parade Helmet (otherwise held in an anonymous private collection)
Loftus Excavation latest news – more Romans in over 5,000 years of north-east heritage – Neolithic mortuary structures, Bronze Age ritual monuments and settlements, an Iron Age village and salt working, now a Romano-British chieftain’s farm with jet working, Anglo-Saxon settlement, cemeteries and a Princess’s bed burial with jewels galore! | What next?
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