*** BREAKING NEWS: LECTURES AT UNIVERSITY OF HULL TO RECOMMENCE WEDNESDAY 19 JANUARY 2022 ***
ERAS leads and organise activities for those interested in archaeology in our area. Experts are on hand at our monthly field studies meetings to guide members through hands-on activities. During the summer months our experts on occasion offer walks or visits to local sites of archaeological interest. During the winter months, local and visiting speakers give talks as part of our winter lecture series.
Field studies meetings are usually at 7:30pm on the first Wednesday of each month in an upstairs room at St Nicholas Community Centre, Holmechurch Lane, Beverley. No need to book - just come along.
Lectures usually start at 7:30pm and are held in the Wilberforce Building, Hull University, Cottingham Road, Hull. There is an entrance fee for non-members of £2.
Additional special events are planned every year to allow members to get to know each other. We also run our own excavations, research and survey projects which members are encouraged to become involved in.
Please use either calendar below to find out more about our events.
ARRAN JOHNSON - 'HEARTH AND HOME: EXCAVATIONS AT KELDGATE MANOR, BEVERLEY - 19 JANUARY 2022, 7.30 PM
TO BE HELD LIVE AT UNIVERSITY OF HULL. ALSO SCREENED LIVE DIGITALLY FOR THOSE NOT WISHING TO ATTEND IN PERSON
Our January lecture will take place at 7.30 pm on 19 January 2022 and will be presented by Arran Johnson of York Archaeology (formerly York Archaeological Trust). He will be detailing his work on excavations in Beverley - with the working title 'Hearth and Home: Excavations at Keldgate Manor, Beverley. After a very long break from delivering presentations to a physical audience we are happy that Arran will be the first to present his work and answer questions from our members. For those unwilling or unable to attend we are happy to announce that the lecture will be live-screened digitally and an email will follow with a link to join the event on the evening.