Event Archive

  

  • Thames Discovery Programme Foreshore Forum 2018

    Thames Discovery Programme: Foreshore Forum 2019

    07.12.2019 | Wolfson Theatre, London School of Economics,New Academic Building , 54 Lincoln's Inn Fields, WC2A 3LJ

    Join our Thames Discovery Programme team to celebrate another year of observing and recording the archaeology of the Thames foreshore.

  • Recording Built Heritage

    Recording Our Built Heritage: Hanworth Park House

    30.11.2019 | Meet at The Hub, Feltham Library, The Centre, Feltham, TW13 4GU

    Archaeology isn’t just digging – sometimes archaeologists record buildings which are still standing, too. . Over the course of half a day participants will explore Hanworth Park House through the eyes of a standing buildings archaeologist.

  • Senior Buildings Archaeologist

    Recording Our Built Heritage: Fulham Palace

    29.11.2019 | Fulham Palace, Bishop's Ave, Fulham, London SW6 6EA

    Archaeology isn’t just digging – sometimes archaeologists record buildings which are still standing, too. Find out more at this free workshop led by one of our buildings archaeologists, as part of Layers of London, a ground-breaking interactive online mapping project. Over the course of half a day participants will explore Fulham Palace through the eyes of a standing buildings archaeologist, learning what to look out for when recording historic buildings through a series of fun practical activities.

  • recording built heritage

    Recording Our Built Heritage: St Mary's Church, Putney

    26.11.2019 | St Mary's Church, Putney, London SW15 1SN

    Archaeology isn’t just digging – sometimes archaeologists record buildings which are still standing, too. . Over the course of half a day participants will explore St Mary's Church, Putney, through the eyes of a standing buildings archaeologist.

  • Deventer, Devon and Cornwall recording a wrecked ship

    CITiZAN Guided Walk: Ships at Sunrise - The Dart's Hidden Hulked Heritage

    23.11.2019 | Old Mill Creek, Old Mill Lane, Dartmouth, TQ6 0HN

    As part of our series of winter walks from our CITiZAN team, this tidal trail takes you around the remains of a variety of hulks looking at the question of how and why ships become dumped in the estuaries all around the UK. The trail guided by CITiZAN maritime archaeologists moves through the creeks and inlets of old mill creek, telling the stories, history and mysteries of the vessels lying on the rivers banks to the backdrop of the Dart estuary at low tide as the sun rises.

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