TillVAS Till Valley Archaeological Society
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Diary of events for 2021


Please note there will be no James iv memorial lecture this year



We are continuing to present our talks via zoom until after the summer when we hope we will be able to meet at Village Halls. Joining links will be published in our newsletters, on our home page or made available to the secretaries of the following groups; BAS, CCA and LHG.


January 6th - Dr John Dent - Excavations at Garton Wetwang in Yorkshire for Comparisons with Mardon.


February 3rd - Kristian Pedersen - The Excavations at Lowick


March 3rd - Margaret Fox - A Family Life Revealed - The Stuarts of Traquair


April AGM (date to be set) - followed by Dr Richard Carlton - The Redesdale Project


May 5th - Geoff Parkhouse - The Old Bridge at Ancrum


June 2nd - Greg Finch - Dukesfield Smelters and Carriers Project


LIVE TALKS - venue to be confirmed

(may be subject to change of speaker and use of Zoom if restrictions are not lifted by this date)


September 1st - Katherine Tiernan - Cuthbert of Farne


October 6th - David Jones - Dere Street


November 3rd - Professor Ian Ralston - Doon Hill Revisited


December 1st - Ben Roberts - The Salcombe Shipwreck


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Upcoming Webinars




Wednesday 2nd June at 7.30 pm Webinar via Zoom Greg Finch will speak on the Dukesfield Smelters and Carriers Project, discovering the heritage of the Dukesfield Arches and lead carriers' routes between Blaydon and the lead mines of Allendale and Weardale in the North Pennine


Northumberland Archives



Border Archaeological Society


Monday 7th June at 7.30 pm via Zoom Dr. Rob Collins: “The Genesis of Northumbria”.




North Northumberland Genealogy Group




The Society has an extensive collection of documents and photographs held in its secure archives. These are invaluable for members wishing to study the local history of the area or wishing to gather information for e.g. the  Village Atlas Project. Please click on the tag above to see the catalogues. Anyone wishing to access the archives should contact the Society's Archivist, Julia Day.

Please click on the Latest Newsletter page to see information for the current month.


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