Talks & Walks 2015


November 16th, 7.30pm, Ingleton Community Centre
The Development of the Ribble Valley
Jaimie Quatermaine of Oxford Archaeology

All indoor meetings are held at the Community Centre in Ingleton on the 3rd Monday of each month starting at 7.30pm. Non members are welcome. There is a small admission charge which includes light refreshments afterwards.

In addition to our regular programme of walks and talks we also offer a number of Special Events throughout the year.

all at the Ingleborough Community Centre 7.30pm start.

January 19th
An illustrated review of IAG Field Activities 2014
Members of the Committee

February 16th
A field survey in the valley of Chapel-le-Dale:
piecing together the historical evidence
David Johnson

March 16th
A dig in the park: recent community archaeology at Sizergh Castle
Jamie Lund

April 20th
Greenside Mine: the fascinating story of one of the
world’s most famous lead mines
Warren Allison

Meet either at the venue or at the Community Centre, Ingleton to share cars. Please be prepared for all weathers and wear stout walking shoes.

Monday May 18th (evening)
Ewes Top: the archaeology of Scales Moor (part II)
Carol Howard & Chris Bonsall
Meet at 6.00pm at the lay-by in Kingsdale (SD691 757 - please note that the grid. ref. given in our printed programme is incorrect) or Ingleton at 5.45pm for car sharing. Approx 5 miles – strenuous – some rough fell and exposed high ground. Dogs to be kept under close control

Monday June 15th (evening )
Early castles of the Lune Valley
David Johnson

Meet at 7.00pm on the roadside before you drop down the final descent to Loyn Bridge over the Luneon the minor road from Hornby to Gressingham (SD583 694), or Ingleton at 6.30pm for car sharing.The first castle to be visited will be Castle Stede. The site is next to the road and on private land, so no dogs please.

Saturday July 11th (day)
Pendle's Hidden Valley : Sabden & it's environs
Pendle Heritage Group
Meet at 10.30am at the car park below the Nick of Pendle(SD774 381- just beyond a cattle grid heading downhill towards Sabden) or Ingleton at 9.15am for car sharing. Approx 3-5miles – easy to moderate. Please bring a packed lunch. Dogs to be kept under close control at all times

Thursday Sept 10th (day)

Lowther Castle: presentation & garden tour
Joe Jackson
& Martin Ogle
10 per person - not including lunch.
Prior booking essential Full details on application

all at the Ingleborough Community Centre 7.30pm start.

October 19th
AGM followed by
Miners & Farmers: a landscape survey of Alston Moor.
Dave Went
Details of Dave Went and the presentation here

November 16th
The Development of the Ribble Valley
Jaimie Quartermaine of Oxford Archaeology North

December 21st
Aliens in the landscape: the appearance of farming
Tom Clare

Followed by mince pies & drinks!


Talks: Members 1.50 Non members 2.50
Walks: Members 1.00 Non-members 2.00

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