Current Archaeology article on excavations at Poulton

Dr Kevin Cootes, CAS Fieldwork Co-ordinator, and team for the Poulton Research Trust, outline progress on the later prehistory and early Roman period on the site at Poulton in the latest Current Archaeology issue 366, out now!
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Members will recall the Poulton archaeology 2017 Summer Exhibition in the Grosvenor Museum, complimented by a report on the significance of the pre-history finds to-date published in JCAS, vol 86, later that same year. This eight page article in Current Archaeology available now, is also complimented by a more detailed technical report being edited and in the pipeline for JCAS vol 91.

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Click here to download the Society’s comments on CWaC’s ‘High Street, Town and City centre Commission’ consultation

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Click here to download the Society’s comments on CWaC’s ‘Walk, Ride, Thrive’ consultation

Get ready for the digital Festival of Archaeology

The 2020 CBA Festival of Archaeology will be taking place in two parts, a digital event 11-19 July and on the ground events 24 October – 1 November.
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Dee House, The Future – Findings and Recommendations Report

The final version of the Dee House, The Future – Findings and Recommendations Report has now been published.
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Click here to download the Society’s comments on CWaC’s ‘Royal House Upper Northgate Street development’ consultation

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Click here to download the Society’s comments on CWaC’s ‘Rethinking Northgate development’ consultation

CAS AGM, Lecture and Excursion progammes are postponed

Due to the current emergency the CAS AGM, Lecture and Excursion programmes are postponed. It may be possible to re-arrange these events in the Autumn, please check this web site for further information.

The Lithic Studies Society: Alan Saville Grant 2020

Applications are now being accepted for the 2020 Alan Saville Grant, in memoriam of Alan Saville, one of the founding members of the Lithic Studies Society.
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The Chester County Court Indictment Roll, 1354-1377: Dealing with Serious Crime in later Medieval Cheshire

The launch of this substantial volume has been postponed until later in the year as a result of the current emergency.