We look forward to welcoming our very own Alison Spencer to the ERAS lecture programme on Wednesday 15 March to talk about her huge East Yorkshire survey project. ]
In 2021 the Fridaythorpe, Fimber, Wetwang Archaeology Project (FFWAP) won the Marsh Award for Community Archaeology for the Best Volunteer Project. Led by ERAS committee member Alison Spencer, the group has carried out large scale magnetometer surveys around the villages in the title. Originally tutored by James Lyall, they have undertaken work of a professional quality revealing whole landscapes of later prehistoric and Romano-British features, including ladder settlements, barrows and linear earthworks.
Entry is free to ERAS members and £2 for guests. We very much look forward to meeting our members and supporters at the University but understand that on some occasions it can be difficult to attend in person. We therefore also stream live to ERAS members via a digital link received via email prior to the presentation.