Just a few of the many activities which our members enjoyed during 2013.........
The next of our illustrated talks is on
Monday 17th March
Rick Peterson is a senior lecturer in archaeology at the University of Central Lancashire and his research interests are the Neolithic and Early Bronze Age in Britain, the archaeology of caves and prehistoric pottery.
The project started off with the aim of looking for caves and rock-shelters with post-glacial prehistoric archaeology, particularly Neolithic and Early Bronze Age burials. Whilst investigating the wider landscape on the farm they discovered what they think is a Late Neolithic enclosure with a timber circle inside it and they are now focussing on looking at the relationship between the monuments and natural places.
7.30pm at the Ingleborough Community Centre
meeting will be followed by light refreshments!
Please click here to see a full list of our 2014 talks & walks
Click here to see a list of our Practical Activities for 2014
See the first reports and spreadsheets from our Scales Moor survey here
Click here to read a brief interim report on our 2013 excavations
Hot 0ff 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.
here to read a brief interim report
of our 2012 excavation at Spring Cote, Chapel-le-Dale
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.