The IAG are currently undertaking a survey of the archaeological features on Scales Moor. Click here to view the latest reports and spreadsheets
In July 2012 the group excavated a putative round house at Spring Cote, Chapel-le-Dale. Click here to read a brief interim report.
Between 2007 and 2011 members of the IAG undertook a survey of the archaeological features on the north-west flanks of Ingleborough. All of the recorded features were photographed and details were entered on to a spreadsheet. Essays covering many different aspects of the survey have been written by members of the group. To view the spreadsheet, photographs,plans and essays click here.
In July 2010 the IAG undertook a survey of Leck Fell. Click here to see the interim report and click here to see the associated spreadsheet detailing all of the recorded features. Warning:This is a large (5MB) file you will be downloading
Click here for a report on our contribution to the 2010 CBA Festival of British Archaeology
Click here for a report on a day spent fieldwalking in April 2010
In 2008 IAG joined forces with the Upper Wharfedale Heritage Group for a joint excavation of a Corn Drying Kiln at Kilnsey. Click here for Kilnsey Dig report. Warning:This is a large (6MB) file you will be downloading
In 2007 & 2008 the IAG undertook the excavation of potentially ancient earthworks at Masongill Hall after first clearing away tons of accumulated rubbish! Click here to read a report about the excavation.
In 2007 IAG were commissioned by the Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority to undertake a mitigation exercise on the only known stone-building within the Ribblehead construction camps, to determine its original form and functions and to stabilise the feature for posterity. Click here for a report of the Ribblehead Excavation
From 2006 to 2008 IAG undertook a survey of a complex series of remains on Ireby Fell. Whilst these sites have not been excavated and dated they suggest occupation at various dates from the Bronze Age to Early Medieval. As the area surveyed was so large it was decided to produce an Interactive Map linking drawings and photographs to the surveyed remains. It is hoped that this interactive map will be available on the website soon.
In 2007 the group investigated timbers found in Kingsdale Beck at Sandymire with some very interesting results. Click here to read the report.
IAG began excavating a site at Kingsdale Head
which revealed occupation from the Mesolithic through the Bronze Age
to late Medieval.
Between 2004 and 2006 the IAG helped in the excavation of a series of Sow Kilns at a variety of locations. Click here for a summary report
2003 saw the first official IAG excavation - of a Romano-British site, the type site for Ingletonian sites. Click here for Broadwood 2003