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Dales Archaeology Day 30 March

The Dales Archaeology Day will be held on Saturday 30th March 2019 at the Richard Whiteley Theatre at Giggleswick School (10am-4pm). As with previous day schools, there will be book stalls, poster displays and refreshments (but will not...

Sunday 03 February 2019


The Wensleydale Dairy Days project

MIDDLEHAM AND THE DALES LOCAL HISTORY GROUP The Wensleydale Dairy Days project Dr Karen Griffiths is currently running a Heritage Lottery/Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority-funded project researching and sharing the story of...

Friday 01 February 2019


Waking the Birdoswald dead

Roman funerary vessels feature at the newly opened Birdoswald Fort visitor centre on Hadrian’s Wall. They originate from the cemetery associated with the fort, situated at the top edge of the cliff overlooking the River Irthing. Rapid...

Friday 01 February 2019


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President's Blog

New Record Series volume published

  • Posted On: 16 June 2019

This new biographical register of 1,704 Franciscan friars, from the 13th century to the Reformation, is edited by Michael Robson and published by YAHS in conjunction with Boydell and Brewer. Further details are available here.

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