A talk on Gladiator Burials from York’s “Cemetery of Secrets” will be given in Holmes Chapel on Saturday 16th March 2019 Click here for further information
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Excursions to Lion Salt Works and Ecton Copper Mine are planned Visit the Excursions Page for further details http://chesterarchaeolsoc.org.uk/excursions/
Click here to download the Society’s comments on the proposed development for Lower Bridge Street
The next Society lecture “Pattern and playfulness: Playing with form and texture in Celtic art” will be presented by Dr Julia Farley of The British Museum on Wednesday 6th February 2019 at 7:30pm in the Grosvenor Museum, Chester. Click here for further information
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