Saturday 7 October 2017 at Surrey History Centre 130, Goldsworth Road, Woking, Surrey, GU21 6ND
10.45 Registration and coffee
11.15-12.00 Dr Gerry Moss, Surrey Archaeological Society Local History from Digital Newspapers
12.00-12.30 Seth Caley, Gale Cengage Learning The 17th and 18th Century Nichols Newspaper Collection: A New Digital Resource
A meeting on the topic of Medieval Industries will take place at The Octagon in Godalming. Speakers will inlcude Dr David Dungworth from Historic England, Doug Irvine and Ian West. Further details will be circulated to members of the Forum and posted on the website in due course.
The meeting will also include the AGM of the Medieval Studies Forum.
South East Regional Industrial Archaeology Conference 2017
"Celebrating 50 years of SIAS"
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Annual one-day conference, hosted this year by Sussex Industrial Archaeology Society (SIAS).
A meeting of the Forum will take place in the Abraham Dixon Hall at the Leatherhead Institute. The morning programme includes a variety of speakers on topics related to research and fieldwork, which it is hoped members will find helpful in taking forward their projects. The afternoon is devoted to short presentations by members of the Forum on their particular research interests before a general discussion on what the Forum can offer in the future to assist members.
Details are on the attached programme.
Saturday 25th March 2017
ANNUAL SYMPOSIUM – ‘Feeding the County – Agriculture in Surrey’
The Local History Committee will be holding their Annual Symposium on Saturday 25th March at The Surrey History Centre, 30 Goldsworth Road, Woking, Surrey GU21 6ND.
CBA-SE 2016 Annual Conference and AGM
Sevenoaks School, Recital Room, Sevenoaks, Kent
Speakers include Andrew Mayfield, Andy Margetts, Richard Savage, Mike Brace, Nathalie Cohen, Anne Bone and the keynote speaker is Amanda Richardson.
Ticket prices; £20/£16(members only). More information is available on the CBA SE website: www.cbasouth-east.org while programme details and a booking form are attached below.
The Roman Roads Research Association is proud to host two conferences to mark the 40th anniversary of the death of Ivan D. Margary, whose name, through his work “Roman Roads in Britain”, has become synonymous with the study of Roman roads. Perhaps his best known legacy is the numbering system he devised for Roman roads which is still in general use today. In all, his contribution to British archaeology has been profound, and, we feel, not given the national recognition which it deserves.
Surrey Local History Committee and Surrey Heritage present
From Loseley to Lushington: Family Archives at Surrey History Centre