love the rich, distinctive heritage of north-east England
what I’m doing
In March 2012 I volunteered to manage e-news for the Teesside Archaeological Society (TAS), now elected Committee member in January 2013. This means deploying up-to-date e-communications technology (mailchimp.com) to improve visibility of the society and provide cost-effective, interactive communications paths between members, the committee and regional stakeholders:
- Regular newsletters and community-engagement opportunities including lecture programmes, fieldwork opportunities and local news
- Exposure to wider audiences and interest groups to boost membership and event participation
- Improved interaction between membership and committee, using web analytics to assess popularity of themes and activities
- Opening up communication routes between complementary organizations, e.g. Council for British Archaeology, Yorkshire Archaeological Society and affiliated bodies
- Adding value to membership while saving on postage costs!
The Teesside Archaeological Society is an enthusiastic, friendly group who share an interest in the archaeological heritage of the Tees Valley, Cleveland and the surrounding area.
Our rich heritage extends back to the Mesolithic—the 9th millennium BC—with a distinctively north-east take on every way-marker since those distant hunter-gatherers. Our journey spans Neolithic, Copper, Bronze, Iron and Roman eras—yes we have villas, Saxon royalty and Viking hogbacks, Medieval towns, castles, monastic places and pre-Industrial—right up to our more recent past.
We welcome everybody who shares an interest, no matter what level of experience or expertise. There are monthly presentations on the last Tuesday, a summer field trip, an annual bulletin publication and the chance to find out more about field projects, educational events and community activities.
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