Field Studies - Wednesday 2 October - 7.30 pm

We are sorry to report that our Field Studies night next week will no longer host Chris Hannard as he is no longer able to attend. We will continue therefore with our work on the Holme on Spalding Moor waster pottery from the Skiff Lane Romano-British kilns. For those who haven't attended our Field Studies night yet we are currently recording the rims of the pottery collection affectionately known as 50 Shades of Grey! If you are interested in coming along we look forward to seeing you at 7.30 pm at St Nicholas' Parish Rooms on Holmechurch Lane in Beverley. If you want any further information please message us - we are here to help!


Upcoming ERAS Events

Please check our events page to source up to date information relating to our upcoming lecture programme for the 2019/2020 season and other interesting events which we are either running or involved with. We also update the facebook page regularly - so make sure you keep in touch to make sure you don't miss anything in our busy programme.


BBC Radio Humberside - Phil White Roadshow - Southburn Museum - Friday 6 September

Tune into BBC Radio Humberside from 12.15 pm on Friday when Phil White will be broadcasting from Southburn Museum. There will be interviews all afternoon with representatives from the Museum - including the Chair, Bill Coultard, Philip Huxtable of JSR Farms who host and support the Museum, and representatives from other associated heritage organisations - including our very own Angela Fawcett at 2.40 pm who will talk enthusiastically about the benefits of ERAS membership. Tune in and listen to insights on a range of archaeological information relating to the very special landscape of East Yorkshire.


Kipling House Farm Excavation 2019

We have now received confirmation from Peter Halkon that this year's excavation at Kipling House Farm near Middleton-on-the-Wolds will commence on Monday 2nd September and ERAS members are invited to participate.

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Round Up Lecture - Wednesday 18 September 2019, 1930 hrs, LT2, Wilberforce Bldg, University of Hull

Our first lecture of the season is our 'round up' where local archaeological practitioners discuss their work over the previous year. We are delighted to welcome Ed Dennison representing local archaeological company EDAS, Sam Griffiths representing the CITiZAN Project, and Dr Peter Halkon representing the History and Archaeology department at Hull University. Entry to the lecture is free to current members and £2 to non-members. We look forward to seeing you there.


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