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Dales Archaeology Day 2017

The Yorkshire Dales National Park has some of the most iconic and best preserved historic landscapes in the country. Come along to our 2017 Archaeology Day (previously known as the Archaeology Day School)  to discover and discuss the results of recent archaeological and historical research.

The conference will be held on Saturday 8 of April in Barbon Village Hall – you can download the flier via the link below.

Dales Archaeology Day 2017


The 2017 conference will have book stalls and poster displays and include talks on:

  • Excavations at Haggs Brow Cave - Tom Lord
  • Every Barn Tells a Story - Karen Griffiths (Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority)
  • Excavations at the Malham Chapel - Mark Roberts (University College London)
  • "There are no known Anglo-Saxon sites in the North West": an alternative view - David Johnson
  • The NAIS survey in Lunesdale - Matthew Oakey (Historic England)
  • Brockholes, a Romano-British site in the Lune Valley - Graham Hooley and Jan Hicks (Lunesdale Archaeology Society)

How to book

The conference fee is £15 (£12.50 for full-time students/full Yorkshire Archaeological Society members) and includes refreshments but not lunch.

Online debit/credit card bookings are available at

Alternatively please call 01969 652353 and we can process your credit/debit card details over the phone.

We can be reached via email at

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