A chance to get involved in an exciting new pilot heritage experience in Chester. Chester Castle will be opening its doors to the public this summer from 20th July until 3rd September. Cheshire West and Chester Council are looking for volunteers aged 18+ to engage with visitors and to enhance their experience. Click here for […]
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Entries by Hugh Bray
Volume 86 of the Chester Archaeological Society Journal has now been published Click here to find out further information
On 27th April 21 members enjoyed a special guided tour of Norton Priory which was led by Lynn Smith, Senior Keeper at the new museum. Click here for more information about this visit and future excursions.
The Chester Antiquary 2017 Spring / Summer Newsletter has been published. It may be downloaded from the Newsletter page of this web site
Chester Antiquary 2017 Issue 1 (Spring/Summer)
The Council for British Archaeology Spring 2017 Newsletter is now available click here to download this document
This conference will be held at the Grosvenor Museum on 6th May 2017; talks will include Iron Age Poulton, the bodies at Halton Castle, Lancaster Castle, Manchester’s first cotton mill and 20 years of the Portable Antiquities Scheme. Click here for more information and online booking
The following Excursions have been announced: Norton Priory and its new museum: Thursday 27th April 2017 at 18:30 Shotwick Castle: Saturday 8th July at 14:00 The Poulton Project: Saturday 19th August at 13:30 Click here for further details
Historic England are running a training event titled “Organic residue analysis and pottery production sites” It will be held in York on 23 March 2017 Click here for further details