Events

Explore our public events. These pages provide information on events that MOLA is hosting and events that our archaeologists and specialists are taking part in. Events range from walks and talks to community digs, conferences and exhibitions.

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  • Mapping the Foreshore (c) Thames Discovery Programme

    Tadpoles Walk - Putney

    30.05.2017 | Putney SW15

    Taking our cue from the map drawn by Ivor Noel Hume, we will be located and marking the variety of features to be found on the foreshore at Putney.

  • Thames Discovery Programme Foreshore Walk Mapping the Foreshore Community Archaeology

    Tadpoles walk - Putney

    31.05.2017 | Putney SW15

    "Apping" the Foreshore: Coming right up to the modern day, join us as we use the CITiZAN app to record features on the foreshore and watch as they are added to an interactive map. This session will include a site walk over and a chance to look at finds with one of our team of archaeologists.

  • Family Walk on the Thames foreshore at Putney community archaeology

    London History Day: Recording - The Thames Foreshore

    31.05.2017 | Thames Foreshore below St Mary's Putney, SW15 2QJ

    Join MOLA the Thames Discovery Programme Team to celebrate the first ever London History Day on Wednesday 31st May and take part in recording the Thames Foreshore at Putney.

  • Recording the coast at Orford Ness coastal and intertidal archaeology CITiZAN

    CITiZAN Training: Explore and record Orford Ness

    03.06.2017 to 04.06.2017
    | East Orford Ness, Woodbridge, Suffolk

    Join the passionate CITiZAN team and explore National Trust's Orford Ness - a shingle spit with an extremely dynamic coastline. Over two days you will be able to record and update features, including erosion on the shelf, learn about the history of Orford Ness, visit various buildings and information centre exhibitions, and enjoy a lot of walking along the shelf. No experience is necessary and the event is free.

  • CITiZAN volunteers recording a World War I pillbox on Bridlington Beach coastal and intertidal archaeology

    CITiZAN Training: Bridlington Military Landscape

    09.06.2017 to 10.06.2017
    | Emmanuel Church 70 Cardigan Road Bridlington YO15 3JT, and Bridlington Beach

    Join CITiZAN's North "division" for a two-day training event to help record the fragile remains of a World War I landscape on the foreshore south of Bridlington. Starting on Friday afternoon, activities will include a classroom session on methods and theory, and a walk on the foreshore on Saturday.

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