Forthcoming CBA-EM events Council for British Archaeology East Midlands Group: Archaeology for all  Charity No. 1082287 Are you looking for the main CBA national site? Click here for archaeologyuk.org East Midlands Made with Xara Web Designer Council for British Archaeology For the latest information, follow us on our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/pages/CBA-East- Midlands/313880648650633. Tour of Burrough Hill hill-fort and Somerby church: Sunday 29th June, Burrough-on-the-Hill, Leicestershire In the final season of The University of Leicester and ULAS’ training and research excavation at Burrough Hill hill-fort, members of CBA East Midlands will have the opportunity to join a guided tour of the site and the exavations. The tour will begin at 11am, and will be followed after lunch (not provided) by a visit to Somerby church in the company of Dr Mike Hawkes. Booking details will be available shortly. Walking tour around Hope, Derbyshire: Saturday 20th September 2014 Provisional plans for this day out include setting out from the village of Hope to look at the Dark Age Grey Ditch linear monument in Bradwell and the Roman fort at Navio/Brough, before returning to Hope to visit its crosses and gargoyles. A finalised itinerary will be provided in due course. At the End of the Ice Age: Holy Trinity Centre, Newark, Nottinghamshire, NG24 4AU, Saturday 1st November 2014 CBA East Midlands will be hosting a joint conference with FARI Archaeology about some of the new discoveries that have provided fresh insights into the activities of early hunters during a period of rapid climate change at the end of the Ice Age. The results of recent fieldwork will be discussed by a panel of speakers, including Nick Barton, Lynden Cooper, Daryl Garton and Phil Harding, as well as volunteers working on the HLF-funded community project 'Ice Age Journeys' near Newark. Further details will be announced 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 cbaem.events@britarch.ac.uk.