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?
Love the rich, distinctive heritage of north-east England
We are… North Yorkshire’s oldest national park, 554 square miles of magical moorland, ancient woodland, distinctive dales and historic sites, including 26 miles of stunning coastline, all easily reached from York, Teesside and County Durham. Read about our work here, and then pay us a visit – you can’t miss us, we’re the moors north of York!