From: McNeil Jim [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
Sent: 06 October 2003 09:40
"SOUTH YORKSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGY DAY 2003
Organised by South Yorkshire Archaeology Service, in conjunction with
The Institute for Lifelong Learning, University of Sheffield
Date and time: Saturday Nov. 15th 2003, 10.00 - 16.30
Place: Sir Henry Stephenson building, University of Sheffield, Mappin Street, Sheffield
David Dungworth, Centre for Archaeology, English Heritage Post-mediaeval glass and pottery production at Silkstone, Barnsley;
Peter Drew, South Yorkshire Industrial History Society Identifying chemical industry sites in South Yorkshire;
Ian Roberts, Archaeological Services WYAS Recent excavations of Iron Age/Romano-British rural settlements in South Yorkshire;
Peter Cardwell, Northern Archaeological Associates; A Viking Burial from Adwick-le-Street: A Scandinavian Woman in Yorkshire;
Anthony Martin, Giffords and Partners Archaeology and major road improvements: the Doncaster North Bridge Relief Road;
Andy Lines, ARCUS Archaeological investigations of lesser-known Sheffield industries;
Daryl Garton, Trent and Peak Archaeological Unit Along a pipeline - the discovery of a 'lost' medieval settlement at Firbeck, Rotherham;
Henry Chapman, Wetland Archaeology & Environments Research Centre, University of Hull Wetland research in South Yorkshire - Recent work at Sutton Common and Thorne & Hatfield Moors".
The Mayors of Sheffield and Rotherham will be attending as guests.
Cost: £9.70 (includes tea and coffee)
Phone the Institute for Lifelong Learning (TILL),University of Sheffield (0114 222 7000) for booking details."
Jim McNeil, South Yorkshire Archaeology Service
Planning, Transport and Highways
Howden House, 1 Union Street, Sheffield, S1 2SH
Tel.: 0114 273 6428 Fax.: 0114 273 5002
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