If you are not familiar with Chester but would like to get to know a little about the city and its development, why not join one of the tours offered by the Chester Archaeological Society? They will take place on Wednesday 19th December, starting at 09.45am and 2.30pm and lasting about one and a half […]
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The book with this title by Susan Chambers offers a powerful and engrossing account of life as it was lived by the citizens of Chester through the war years. Click here to read the summary and review of the book published in volume 85 of our journal.
Chester Armistice Commemoration Weekend, Friday 9th to Sunday 11th November 2018 Click here to download the detailed programme of events
Chester Castle Roll of Honour The names of Chester residents and those closely connected to Chester who fell in World War One will be projected on the walls of Chester Castle over the weekend of the November 9-11 to mark the centenary of the Armistice. The list has been compiled from the names on the […]
Click here to download the Council for British Archaeology North-West Regional Group’s Autumn Newsletter
The Sandstone Ridge Trust are holding a free one-day workshop on the caves and cavities that are the focus of their current fieldwork. Guest speaker is Chris Carlon. Click here for further details
English Heritage have plans to build a late bronze age Roundhouse on site at Beeston Castle and are looking to recruit a number of volunteers to help build, fit out, interpret and maintain the Round House. Click here to e-mail the Volunteer Supervisor for more information
Call for Papers: Networking in the Ancient World II: Tracing, Understanding and Interpreting Trade and Social Connections in the Ancient World. This conference will be held on 6th December 2018 at the University of Liverpool. Click here for further details
Norton Priory’s third bi-annual conference will be held on Saturday 6th October 2018. It will cover the latest exciting research into the site and environment, and the extensive archaeological collection. Speakers will explore a diverse range of topics from the eighteenth century landscape to evidence for medieval inter personal violence! Click here for further details
CHF & CAS Conference – feedback & further information:- At the Archaeological Conference in June, held in the Grosvenor Museum, we said that dates and opportunities highlighted by contributors would be added to our CAS website as the information came through. Herewith the following for your interest: The Clwyd-Powys Archaeological Trust’s forthcoming opportunities include Offa’s […]