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To take a look at our programmes from previous years, follow the links below:
Registration for this year’s conference is now open! This year we are offering a slightly reduced rate on tickets that are booked online in advance of the event. Dearne Valley Archaeology Group members are also entitled to a 10% discount.
The ticket prices include a welcome pack, buffet lunch and refreshments throughout the day.
Advance ticket prices are are as follows:
ADVANCE FULL PRICE: £17
ADVANCED CONCESSION: (SENIORS/UNWAGED/STUDENTS): £13
Tickets can be booked securely online via Paypal, by following the link below. Please note, Dearne Valley Archaeology Group members may be asked for proof of membership on the day.
Tickets may be available on the door on the day of the conference, but we cannot guarantee availability.
Door prices will be as follows:
FULL PRICE: £19
DEARNE VALLEY ARCHAEOLOGY DAY 2015
It’s that time again! We are currently in the process of organising our fifth annual conference.
This year’s event will take place on Saturday 30th May at Dearne Valley College in Wath-
DR. NAOMI SYKES (University of Nottingham): “Beastly Questions: Animal answers to archaeological issues”
JAMES WRIGHT(Senior Buildings Archaeologist, Museum of London Archaeology): “The instruments of darkness tell us truths – Recent discoveries of ritual protection marks at Knole, Kent”
DR. BRENNA HASSETT (Trowelblazers): “The mystery of the invisible women archaeologists: TrowelBlazers on the case”
MIKE HAKEN(Roman Roads Research Association):
“Ricknield Street, Fact or Fable?”
DR. KIRSTY MILLICAN (Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland), DR. DOROTHY GRAVES MCEWAN (University of Edinburgh) and DR. HELEN GOODCHILD (University of York):
“The Lochbrow Landscape Project: a hidden archaeology”
DR. KEVIN COOTES (The Poulton Research Project): “Putting rural lowland Cheshire on the archaeological map: the multi-
HELEN ULLATHORNE (The Institute of Lifelong Learning, The University of Sheffield): “Redmires World War 1 military landscapes; the Great War remembered”
MORE SPEAKERS TO BE CONFIRMED SOON!
|Unearthing Our Past|
|Archived Community Projects|
|Hickleton Hall Project|
|Hickleton Hall Camp|
|Hickleton Hall History|
|Hickleton's Oral History|
|Hickleton Hall Archaeology|
|Archived Commercial Projects|
|Archaeological Illustration: Flint|
|Introduction to ArchGIS|
|Desk Based Assessment of Archaeological Sites|