Community Archaeology in the East Midlands Conference 2015
Visitors since 7th November 2013
Mercian Archaeological Services CIC
Community Archaeology in the East Midlands,
Community Archaeology Nottinghamshire, Excavation, Research, Volunteering, Community
Archaeology Derbyshire, Training, Social, Learning, Community Archaeology Leicestershire,
Heritage, Involvement, Belonging, Knowledge sharing, Community Archaeology Lincolnshire,
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Days, Schools, Finds Processing, Day Schools, Field Schools, Young People, Archaeology
and History of Sherwood Forest, Pottery Research, Medieval, Roman, Prehistoric, Community
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Community Archaeology in Nottinghamshire
Community Archaeology in Derbyshire
Community Archaeology in Leicestershire
Community Archaeology East Midlands
Community Archaeology in Lincolnshire
Adult Ticket Conference 2015
Child Ticket Conference 2015
9:30 Registration, teas and coffees provided.
10:00. David Connolly of British Archaeological Jobs & Resources, and Past Horizons,
“Community Driven Archaeology”
10:30 Matt Beresford, MBArchaeology.
“In search of medieval Elmton”
11:00 Morning break teas and coffees provided.
11:30 Peter Hammond - Clay Pipe Specialist,
12:00 El vie Thompson, Head of Engagement, Council for British Archaeology, Young Archaeologist Club.
12:30 Rokia Brown and Martin Taylor-Cockayne of The Codnor Castle Heritage Trust,
14:00 Joseph Waterfall and Paul Jameson of The Battle of Hatfield Investigation Society
“Did a king Die in Cuckney?”
14:30 Martin Taylor-Cockayne of The Portland Path Project
15:00 Afternoon Break
15:30 James Wright, Senior Archaeologist, Museum of London Archaeology (MOLA)
“The Instruments of darkness tell us truths”: recent discoveries of ritual protection marks at Knole.
1600: Andy Gaunt of Mercian Archaeological Services
“Sherwood Forest Archaeology Project update”
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Community Archaeology in the East Midlands
Spring Conference 2015
at the University of Nottingham Archaeology Museum at the Lakeside Arts Centre.
Price: Adults £15/ Under 16's £7.50
Map of The Nottingham University Lakeside Arts Centre (no. 50 on map)
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