Bookings are being taken for the CBA North Spring conference on 20th April at
the Dolphin Centre in Darlington
With the title "Whose Heritage", this one-day conference will explore a range of
issues facing archaeology and the heritage sector generally, and outline how
heritage can contribute to a vast range of initiatives, including rural and
urban regeneration, lifelong learning and social inclusion.
Speakers will include:
George Lambrick, Director, CBA on "Issues facing the historic environment today"
David Lovie, Historic Areas Advisor, English Heritage on "Conservation -led
regeneration: Grainger Town"
Kevin Davis, DEFRA on "Archaeology and Sustainable Agriculture - Northern Case
Liz Fisher, National Trust on "Social Inclusion in the Heritage Sector"
Percival Turnbull, Brigantia Archaeological Practice on "Archaeology - the real
Peter Messenger, Conservation Officer, Carlisle City Council on "Foot and Mouth
Disease - Recovery in the countryside"
Deborah Anderson, Durham County Council on "Time Detectives- Archaeology for
CBA Members £10, non-members £12, students/unwaged/OAP £7 - Cheques payable to
To book places at the conference please contact Fiona Macdonald on 0191 383
4212, [log in to unmask] or by post at Archaeology Section, Arts,
Libraries and Museums Dept, County Hall, Durham DH1 5TY
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