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Practical activities
The following is our 2017 list of practical activities. Further activities will be added as the year progresses.

Please note that no previous experience is required to participate in any of our practical activities as we always offer on-site training. However, a certain level of physical fitness is required for most of the activities.

Documentary Group
Project 1 Transcribing Indentures from original C17&18 documents
Carol Howard & Sheila Gordon
Project 2 Digitising transcribed Ingleton Manorial Court Rolls 1692 – 1750
Mike Slater

High Brae / Sulber – Ribblesdale
Recording a series of probable bronze age burial cairns on the eastern flanks of Ingleborough. Possibly 2 days arranged to suit those interested.
Chris Bonsall and John Cuthbert

Total Station Training

To be arranged to suit those interested.
John Cuthbert

Animal Husbandry Project
Continuing our Level 2 recording (tape and offset) of interesting sheep folds / washfolds. To be arranged to suit those interested.
Carol Howard

Malham Chapel Dig
Assisting with a small excavation sometime in July – more details here.
David Johnson

Natural England
Assisting with the development of an app. to complement our three self-guided archaeological trails on the Ingleborough National Nature Reserve. The work will involve researching various historical / archaeological aspects and writing short reports. Jan / Feb.
Chris Bonsall

IDLP Projects
Excavation – last week in May, first two weeks of June.
David Johnson
Southerscales Tape and offset drawing – one day a week from late April.
David Johnson

Other activities may be added to this list during the course of the year
To register an interest in any of these practical activities please complete this form and send to: Chris Bonsall, 9 Brookacre, Ingleton, via Carnforth, N. Yorkshire LA6 3DE, or email to