The Upper Nidderdale Landscape Partnership has published an e-book, available here via their website.
Five Hundred Years of Continuity and Change: Excavation of Iron Age and Romano-British Sites in Upper Nidderdale was written by Jim Brightman, the archaeologist working with the Iron Age Nidderdale Community Archaeology Group.
Calderdale Industrial Museum is a flagship for voluntary enterprise. After years (a decade?) of closure, Calderdale council handed it over to the CIMA trust. The museum has since been extensively refurbished and has now reopened, weekends...
Thursday 21 June 2018
Members, if you've not yet received your annual report and papers for the AGM, they will be with you shortly. The AGM is on 30 June at Stringer House.
We're looking at new formats for future reports, and also planning to...
Wednesday 13 June 2018
Working on my paper for the British Agricultural History Society-organised conference, in which YAHS is a partner. Focusing on the themes for which David Hey was noted, it's on 23 June in Sheffield. There's still time to sign...
Monday 11 June 2018
Talks and other events organised by YAHS and our affiliates.
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