Community Archaeology in the East Midlands Conference 2015

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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,

13:00 Lunch

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”

16:30 Close.

To book your place(s) please use the online payment options below or contact us and enquire via the Spring Conference Booking and Enquiry Form below:

Spring Conference 2015 Booking and Enquiry Form

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Sherwood Forest Archaeology Project

Community Archaeology in the East Midlands

Spring Conference 2015

18th April

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)

Museum of London Archaeology

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