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Scheduled Excursions 2015

 
The Society organises a programme of summer excursions to a variety of sites in Durham and Northumberland and beyond. In 2012 we visited the Rotunda Museum and Castle at Scarborough (with Society President Dr Andrew Millard and Erik Matthews), Excavations at Vindolanda Roman Fort and the Roman Army Museum, Hexham (with Dr Peter Ryder and Dr Eric Cambridge, a joint event with CBA North) and finally the Victoria Tunnel at Ouseburn, Newcastle (with Roger Fern). Our programme of excursions for summer 2014 will be publicised early in the year.

The Society organises a programme of summer excursions to a variety of sites in Durham and Northumberland and beyond. Since 2012 we have also organised an annual extended excursion further afield, with trips to Chester (2012), Chepstow (2013) and Leominster (2014). This year we plan to visit Ipswich (see below):

Depending on numbers, excursions may be open to all, but priority is given to members. Please join us if you would enjoy visits to places of historical and archaeological importance, and the company of a friendly and enthusiastic group of like-minded people.

Vindolanda Roman Fort, Northumberland.
 
Excursion to Ipswich/East Anglia, led by Dr David Mason

Friday 12 Tuesday 16 June 2015

The itinerary for this proposed excursion will include most if not all of the following: Colchester; Framlingham Castle; Grimes Graves; Ixworth House; Lavenham village; and Sutton Hoo.

Further details from David Mason: tel 03000 267012, or email david.mason@durham.gov.uk

 



2014 Event Description
Saturday
21st March 2015
Display
Society Stall
Durham County Archaeology Day at County Hall, Durham.
For more information please email archaeology@durham.gov.uk or Tel: 03000 267013
Friday 12 Tuesday 16 June 2015 Excursion
Ipswich/East Anglia
This excursion will include most if not all of the following: Colchester; Framlingham Castle; Grimes Graves; Ixworth House; Lavenham village; and Sutton Hoo.
TBC
Excursion
Details of other excursions coming soon.


 
The Architectural and Archaeological Society of Durham and Northumberland
 




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