SHERF 2020 OUR HERITAGE, OUR FUTURE – VOLUNTEER ARCHAEOLOGY IN SURREY AND BEYOND - BOOK NOW!!

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Saturday, 28 November, 2020 - 10:00 to 16:00

Research Committee Autumn 2020 Conference

SHERF (Surrey Historic Environment Research Framework) 2020

OUR HERITAGE, OUR FUTURE – VOLUNTEER ARCHAEOLOGY IN SURREY AND BEYOND

Saturday 28th November 2020

Due to COVID-19, this year's SHERF conference, chaired by Historic England's Dan Miles and SyAS' Anne Sassin, will take place online via Zoom video conferencing.

The cost of this online conference is £5.  This is a substantial discount on our usual physical conference fee.

You will need to book using the booking tab above and, once you have paid through Paypal, you will receive an email explaining how to register for the meeting on Zoom. Click here for further details on how to set yourself up to attend a Zoom meeting.

It is ESSENTIAL that you complete both stages of this registration process otherwise you will not be able to enter the Zoom meeting on the day.

The full programme is below.  We will strictly adhere to the timings of the individual talks.

9.30 Meeting link will open

10.00 Chair: Anne Sassin

10.05 Dan Miles (Historic England): Supporting community archaeology in England

10.45 Hannah Potter (SCAU): Witley Camp: the Camp and the Community

11.30 Coffee/Tea

12.00 Andrew Mayfield (Kent County Council): Fifteen years of fun: community archaeology in NW Kent

12.35 Lunch

13.30 Chair: Dan Miles

13.30 James Brown (National Trust): Community Archaeology in Protected Landscapes - a personal perspective

14.10 Helen Johnston (MOLA): Explorations along the Thames Foreshore

14.45 Coffee/Tea

15.05 Anne Sassin (SyAS): Making volunteer archaeology sustainable in Surrey

15.45 Closing comments and Q&A

16.00 Close

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