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Tuesday 16 April 2019


Exploring Yorkshire Landscapes 6 April 2019

The one-day conference organised by our Prehistory Research Section, the East Riding Archaeology Society and others attracted a full-house of 120 to the University of Hull.  Speakers shared memories of their friend and collaborator the...

Sunday 07 April 2019


What happened when Hadrian went home?

A Yorkshire Philosophical Society lecture.

Saturday 06 April 2019


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President's Blog

Clifford's Tower - good news

English Heritage have at last withdrawn their visitor centre scheme - bowing to huge pressure from almost everyone.... You have to ask why it took them so long. More information in yesterday's Guardian here.

Saturday 09 June 2018


David Hey memorial: Sheffield, 23 June

Did you sign up for the David Hey Memorial Meeting? Fittingly for the man we'll be remembering, the talks range widely: landscapes, names, agriculture, transport, metal trades, but all about the regions of northern England that David knew so...

Wednesday 23 May 2018


Marriage by clog and shoe

Prompted by weddings being in the news, Alex Medcalf of the Yorkshire Historic Dictionary project has been looking at models of marriage in centuries past. Some  were rather informal, and presumably didn't have any official status. But...

Monday 21 May 2018


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