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New! Community Archaeology project Elmton Revealed!
New! Crowdfunded Community Archaeology project: Roman Southwell Community Project
New! Derbyshire & Nottinghamshire Medieval Graffiti Survey project
We will be working alongside Involve Heritage CIC on a new year-long phase of work at Elmton on their Elmton Revealed! project, starting in September 2016.
For more info, visit the Current Projects page.
The DNMGS project is now well underway, and results are starting to be posted on the project website.
You can view this by clicking here.
You can also follow the project on Facebook by clicking here.
The next part of the Bones Of Contention project is due to start in April 2016.
This will be the second installment of the two-term ‘Introduction to Human Remains’ course, and will run on Friday mornings 10am – 12noon at Southwell Library.
Further workshops are planned for the Spring, details to follow early in the new year.
The Interim Report for the Roman Southwell Community Project is now finished and is available as a free download under the publications section or by clicking here.
With the lovely weather we are currently having, what better than to get outdoors and undertake some gentle exercise and find out about our historic past!
We have two more Archaeology Walks coming up – a visit to the Lumsdale region of the Peak District (& a cream tea!) and a day exploring the rich history of Roystone Grange, which has over 6000 years of history in one landscape.
For more info on our walks, click the following link: http://www.mbarchaeology.co.uk/current-projects/mba-walks/