Forthcoming CBA-EM events
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Archaeological walk with CBA East Midlands
Bull Ring henge, Dove Holes and Castle Naze hillfort, Chapel-en-le-Frith, Derbyshire, Saturday 4th July 2015
John Barnatt and Graeme Guilbert will be leading this guided archaeological walk, covering about 6km, to visit the
Neolithic Bull Ring henge and post-medieval lime-kilns in Dove Holes, and Castle Naze hillfort on Combs Moss. There is no
charge and all are welcome, but please let us know in advance at firstname.lastname@example.org if you’re planning to
attend. See below for further details.
Excavation of a lost manor house: Croxton Kerrial, Leicestershire, Saturday 19th September 2015
The Framland Local Archaeology Group (FLAG) has been carrying out excavations and geophysical survey at the site of
the manor house in Croxton Kerrial, north-east Leicestershire. The group’s Chairman Tony Connolly will give CBA East
Midlands members a tour of the site, passing on the results of the 2015 season of excavations. Members will also have
the opportunity to visit Croxton Kerrial’s Church of St Botolph and St John the Baptist, which is famous for its collection
of decorated benches. Booking details will appear here in due course.
The East Midlands in the Middle Ages
Kibworth Grammar School Hall, School Road, Kibworth, Leicestershire, LE8 0EW, Sunday 15th November 2015
Details of this conference will appear here in due course.
We are always open to new ideas for venues and speakers. If you have any particular interests or know of projects that
could be covered at future meetings, then please feel free to send your ideas to email@example.com.
CBA-EM archaeology walk