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
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Cheshire History Day will be held on Saturday 4th November 2017 at the new Memorial Court in Northwich. The days’ topic will be Literary Cheshire with presentations on Ranulf Higden, Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, Anna Barbauld, Elizabeth Gaskell and Beatrice Tunstall. Click here for further information
On November 9th The Historical Metallurgy Society will be meeting at the University of Liverpool for their 2017 research in progress meeting. This one day session includes archaeology (Bronze Age, Iron Age, Roman) as well as historical metallurgy. Click here for further information
Menai Bridge Book Fair will be held on Saturday 14th October 2017 Ysgol David Hughes (School), Pentraeth Road, Menai Bridge, LL59 5SS Fifty tables of books in Welsh and English, old, new and antiquarian; postcards, collectables, etc. You can watch a bookbinder demonstrating his craft. Click here for more information
Just published! The Roman Amphitheatre of Chester Volume 1, by Tony Wilmott & Dan Garner Click here for further information
The Chartered Institute for Archaeologists (CIfA) has published important new guidance entitled “A Review of the Standard of Reporting on Archaeological Artefacts in England – 24 July 2017” Click here for more information
New additions to the Links page include: The Offa’s Dyke collaboratory: A Research Network for Offa’s Dyke, Wat’s Dyke and Early Medieval Western Britain Atlas of hillforts of Britain and Ireland Key to English place-names The rural settlement of Roman Britain Click here to go the Links page
The Clwydian Range Archaeological Group (CRAG) will start excavations at Moel Arthur on Saturday 22nd July 2017. CRAG will be holding two Open Days at Loggerheads Country Park on Saturday 15th and Sunday 16th July to encourage people to visit the site, or join them as excavators. Click here for more information