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Members enjoying our pottery workshop funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund as part of our Top Cow Pasture Project. The workshop was run by Chris Howard-Davis , Finds Manager, Oxford Archaeology North.

Our next illustrated talk is on

Monday 17th November

Monastic Malham

Dr Mike Spence

Mike Spence is currently a Visiting Research Fellow at the University of Leeds Institute for Medieval Studies. In recent years he has specialised in the evidence available from unpublished documentary sources, and the talk on Monastic Malham will draw from surviving manuscripts from Fountains Abbey and elsewhere.

7.30pm at the Ingleborough Community Centre followed by light refreshments.
Non members welcome

Non members £2.50
Members £1.50

ALSO..... on Thursday November 6th our chairman Dr David Johnson will be giving a talk in Long Preston on our Top Cow Pasture project. Click here for details.


Please click here to see a full list of our 2014 talks & walks

 

 

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Latest news:

Click here for details of a forthcoming talk (Nov. 6th) on the latest developments in our Top Cow Pasture project

Long Preston Heritage Group are looking for volunteers to help with their Big Dig. Click here for more information.

To read about our Top Cow Pasture Project and for a link to the daily blog of our recent excavation click here

See the first reports and spreadsheets from our ongoing Scales Moor survey here. Recently added: Enclosures and Water Features.

Just published - Medieval Studies in the Yorkshire Dales edited by Roger Martlew
Click here for details

Click here to see a list of our Practical Activities for 2014

Click here to read a brief interim report on our 2013 excavations

Hot off the press - a new publication by Yvonne Luke - Neolithic Long Mounds of the Yorkshire Dales. Click here for details of how to get your copy.

The results of our survey of the north west flanks of Ingleborough can now be viewed on-line. Click here to see the spreadsheet, plans, photographs and members essays.