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New programme of courses & projects for 2014 out now
New archaeology project for January 2014 – Researching Roman Southwell
Burgage Earthworks – Community Archaeology project discovers Medieval settlement remains. Contact us to get involved in Phase 2 of the project
The new Historical Honey website has been launched and we have a new article on there discussing Iron Age hillforts – click the following link to read it and please let us know what you think!
The new season of MBA Walks starts on Saturday 5th April with a full day field visit to the historic town of Newark-on-Trent.
Join us to investigate the Anglo-Saxon defensive settlement and cremation cemetery site, the Medieval castle, St. Mary’s Church with its Danse Macabre imagery and Civil War damage, the heritage conservation area of Millgate and the Civil War earthworks of Queen’s Sconce.
The full-day visit costs £12.50pp and runs from 10.30am-4pm.
To book your place contact email@example.com
Next date: Sunday 11th May, Archaeology of the Hardwick Estate
For full details of all the MBA Walks for 2014 follow the link:http://www.mbarchaeology.co.uk/mba-walks/
Arbor Low Neolithic henge
MBArchaeology are running a three-day Residential trip to the Peak District on 10-12 April, 2014.
We will be visiting several archaeological & historical sites over the three days – join us and see a Neolithic henge and Bronze Age stones circles & rock art, and find out about Ley Lines, the history of the plague village at Eyam and Derbyshire’s famous archaeologist Thomas Bateman.
Full details can be found here.
For more information or to book a place contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The new programme of Community Archaeology courses, walks, talks and projects for January – June 2014 is out now.
Click here to download.
The report for the Early Bolsover Community Archaeology project is now finished and can be viewed here.
We will also be holding a talk on the project on Tuesday 22nd October, 7pm at the Bolsover Adult Education Centre on Castle Street – free admission.