Entries by Hugh Bray

CAS Archaeology Conference 29 – 30 June 2018

The CAS Archaeology Conference will be held in the Lecture Theatre of the Grosvenor Museum, commencing on the evening of Friday 29th June 2018 with a keynote lecture, and continue all day Saturday 30th. Expressions of interest are sought for this event, Click here to e-mail your name and contact address

Collected essays on Bede and the early kings of Northumbria

Our member Clive Tolley has just published this volume of his collected essays on Bede and the early kings of Northumbria. You can order copies directly from the publishers http://www.gracewing.co.uk/page466.html Clive also has a limited number of copies at £11, available for collection at one of our meetings. Click here to e-mail Clive Click here […]

Collected essays on Bede and the early kings of Northumbria

Our member Clive Tolley has just published this volume of his collected essays on Bede and the early kings of Northumbria. You can order copies directly from the publishers http://www.gracewing.co.uk/page466.html Clive also has a limited number of copies at £11, available for collection at one of our meetings. Click here to e-mail Clive Click here […]

The Roman Amphitheatre of Chester

The first volume of this publication sets out the Prehistoric and Roman Archaeology of Chester’s Amphitheatre. Click here for further information and an opportunity to purchase a pre-publication copy at a reduced price

Volunteer Opportunity with Holt Local History Society

CAS is making a grant to the Holt Local History Society to support a new geophysical survey of the tile and pottery works of the Twentieth Legion. In addition to the potential research value of the work, there is an opportunity for our members to volunteer on the project in January and February 2018. Click […]

CRAG Exhibition ‘Digging the Clwydians’

An exhibition, ‘Digging the Clwydians’ will open on Saturday 6 January at The Gallery, Loggerheads Country Park, Ruthin Road, Mold CH7 5LH. This has been organised by the Clwydian Range Archaeology Group (CRAG) and will be open every day between 10am and 4pm until Sunday 28 January. Click here for further details

Next Society Lecture Saturday 9th December

Professor David Breeze will present a lecture entitled: Hadrian’s Wall: J.C. Bruce, Henry Richardson and the creation of the modern view of Hadrian’s Wall It will be held on Saturday 9th December 2017 at 2:30pm Click here for more details

Conservation Areas at 50

The Chester Conference: A focus on the next 50 years.  This one day conference to be held on November 15th in the Wesley Church Centre.  It will explore how Conservation Areas can add value to the quality of life in our cities, towns and villages. Click here for the conference programme and booking information