Register now for Dee House: The Future Part One: Sharing the Facts on Thursday 4th July 2019 from 6pm until 8.30pm

Chester Growth Partnership’s Dee House and Amphitheatre Working Group is holding a public event to share all the information it has gathered to inform it’s considerations of future options for the Dee House site.
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Historic England revised and new information

Historic England have (i) revised and updated its guidance on Piling and Archaeology, and (ii) are funding projects that facilitate access to Research Resources such as collections and typologies.
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Chester Heritage Festival 21-29 June 2019

The 2019 Chester Heritage Festival will take place between 21st and 29thJune, with over 60 events in and around Chester. The events will tell the story of our city and its people and, this year, many have a waterways theme, telling the stories of the River Dee and Chester’s canal.
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Dee House Working Group discovers influence of national planning policy guidelines

The latest meeting of the Dee House Amphitheatre Working Group has learned more about the national and local planning framework and how it impacts on the building’s future.
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HistoryExtra Weekend

The BBC History Magazine and BBC World Histories Magazine will be holding a History Weekend in Chester on 25th – 27th October 2019
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Historical Association Annual Conference 17-18 May 2019

This year the HA Annual Conference is in one of England’s oldest cities – Chester. With some of the UK’s richest Roman remains, alongside medieval structures, a Norman castle and a Victorian shopping centre, Chester has a lot to offer a historian. History tours of the city will of course be one of the conference options along with a vast array of speakers to suit everyone with a passion for history.
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CAS support for the Grosvenor Museum’s exhibition: “Memento Mori: Tombs and Memorials in Cheshire”.

Peter Boughton FSA, Keeper of Art at Cheshire West and Chester Council has written expressing thanks for the support CAS provided for the the Grosvenor Museum’s exhibition: “Memento Mori: Tombs and Memorials in Cheshire”
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2019 Festival of Archaeology

The Festival of Archaeology is coordinated by the Council for British Archaeology and showcases the very best of archaeology for everyone. This year’s Festival will take place from 13-28 July, with 16 days of fun-filled archaeology events.
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Fieldwork opportunity for CAS members

The Poulton Project is offering the opportunity for members of Chester Archaeological Society to excavate on an extensive Iron Age and Romano-British landscape
Visit the Fieldwork Page for further details http://chesterarchaeolsoc.org.uk/fieldwork-group/

CRAG programme of activities for 2019

The Clwydian Range Archaeological Group (CRAG) has published the dates for the 2019 Field survey workdays, the Geophysical survey training days, the Excavation days and the Open day.
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