You may be interested in these talks on archeology in Derbyshire, put on by the Peak Park.
You may be interested to know that the Cultural Heritage Team, with colleagues from the Derbyshire County Council heritage team, are hosting our annual Archaeology Day online this year. The details of the two free webinars are below, along with links for registration. We’d love to ‘see’ you there.
Please feel free to pass on the information to anyone else outside the organisation who may be interested. This information will also go out to volunteers.
Friday 5 February 2021
1pm to 4pm
Excavation at Staunton Lane End Cottage, Ticknall – Sue Brown (Ticknall Archaeological Research Group)
Sadler Bridge Studios, Bold Lane, Derby. Activity at the fringe of medieval Derby -Richard Gregory (Oxford Archaeology North)
Investigations at Dovecliff Weir, Egginton -Kris Krawiec (Trent and Peak Archaeology)
Repairing two Bronze Age barrows in the Peak District after a moorland fire – Guy Salkeld (MoD)
Navio Roman Fort – excavations at the vicus – Reuben Thorpe and Tom Parker (Archaeological Research Services)
Saturday 6 February 2021
10am to 1pm
Delving into stone mines on Cracken Edge – Elin Price
Insights into historic buildings in Derbyshire and the Peak District – Matt Hurford (Hurford Archaeology)
Excavations at Swarkestone Windmill -Helen Daniel (TVAS North Midlands)
Monastic Granges of Derbyshire – Sue Woore