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I think dragon glass is shallow and pedantic07/12/2018 at 10:39 am #72
These events sound fascinating.07/12/2018 at 10:35 am #71
Wow I like the sound of an event on dragon glass.07/12/2018 at 10:23 am #70
Why not come along to our day workshop on the evidence for the use of dragon glass. Now that winter has come, it might just come in handy. (test post).18/10/2017 at 1:28 pm #34
The Upper Dales Family History Group are having their monthly talk next Wednesday (25th October) at 2pm in Fremington Sunday School (near Reeth). Dr Graham Rogers will be talking about ‘Getting through the Daily Grind: North Yorkshire Family Life and the 19th Century Rural Economy’. His talk will trace the impact of economic and social change on rural labour, family life and economy during the 19th century, focussing on the experience of several villages to demonstrate how a wide range of archive sources can be used to construct a vivid picture of social life.
Everyone is welcome: free for members and £2 for non-members.
Check out their website here http://www.upperdalesfhg.org.uk/programme.htm18/10/2017 at 12:51 pm #31
On Thursday 2nd November Upper Wharfedale Heritage Group will be having their monthly talk at Skipton. The topic of the talk is ‘The Long Preston Big Dig – community archaeology in action’ by Dr David Johnson. Everyone is welcome to attend; £1.50 for members and £3 for non-members. For more information about UWHG check out their website http://www.uwhg.org.uk/index.html18/10/2017 at 12:48 pm #30
Sedbergh and District History Society’s first monthly talk will take place on Wednesday 1st at 7:30pm November. Jim Brightman will be talking about ‘Boskin, Skelbuse and Foddergang: traditional farm buildings in the Yorkshire Dales’ at Dent Memorial Hall. Everyone is welcome to attend; £1 for members and £2 for non-members. For more information about SDHS’s winter programme take a look at their website here http://www.sedberghhistory.org/meetings.htm18/10/2017 at 12:40 pm #29
Malhamdale Local History Group will be having their monthly talk next Thursday evening (19th October) at Malham Village Hall, starting at 8pm. The topic will be ‘Chapel Fell, Malham Moor – an archaeological reassessment of earlier work’, and will be delivered by Dr David Johnson.
Non-members are very welcome to attend with a £3 admission charge.
For more information about MLHG take a look at their website http://www.kirkbymalham.info/KMLHG/events.html18/10/2017 at 12:38 pm #28
At the end of October there will be two short guided walks around Kirkby Stephen with a Horrible History twist. The walks will take you up and down the alleys and back streets that have a gruesome story to tell.
Thursday 26th October: Meet at 10:30am at the Cloisters in Kirkby Stephen
Saturday 28th October: Meet at 6pm at the Cloisters in Kirkby Stephen
Please bring a torch along on this walk and if you would like to, dress up in your best Halloween costume.
Each walk will last an hour. Everyone is welcome. No booking is required – just turn up. Donations are welcome.
Check out the website for more information http://www.walkeden.org/Events.aspx18/10/2017 at 12:37 pm #27
CBA Yorkshire’s Community Archaeology Autumn Showcase is on 4th November in York, for more information and tickets head over to https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/cba-yorkshire-autumn-showcase-tickets-3735956045118/10/2017 at 12:34 pm #25
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