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This year’s event was our most successful and well attended conference to date!

We had  some fantastic speakers presenting and a great selection of stalls available for perusal at break and lunch times.

We even had some Medieval and Roman dishes available with the buffet as a bit of experimental archaeology!

To find out more about our conference, each of the speakers and their presentations, please take a look at our blog!

Below you can find a list of this years speakers and their topics.

Dr Naomi Sykes (University of Nottingham)

Beastly Questions: Animal Answers to Archaeological Issues

Helen Ullathorne (The Institute of Lifelong Learning, The University of Sheffield)

Redmires WW1 Military Landscapes: The Great War Remembered

Nigel Page (NPS Archaeology)

‘...a few old walls mantled in ivy’: recent work at Cardigan Castle by NPS Archaeology

Dr Malcolm Lillie (University of Hull)

Farming: It can be a bit of a headache but it’s probably not worth losing your head over it!

James Wright (MOLA)

The instruments of darkness tell us truths: Recent discoveries of ritual protection marks at Knole, Kent

Dr Brenna Hassett (TrowelBlazers)

The Mystery of the Invisible Women Archaeologists: TrowelBlazers on the case

Dr Kirsty Millican (Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Scotland)

The Lochbrow Landscape Project: a hidden archaeology

Dr Kevin Cootes (The Poulton Research Project)

Putting Rural Lowland Cheshire on the Archaeological Map:The Multi-period Excavation at Poulton

Megan Clement (CITiZAN North)

CITiZAN Archaeology: Recording our coastal heritage.