Are you an event organiser? If so, you can use our handy guides to get the most out of your event.
The 2023 Festival of Archaeology will take place from 15 July - 30 July. Our theme is Archaeology and Creativity.
Welcome to the event organisers' area. Take a look at the material below to help you create the best possible Festival event.
Please note: the Council for British Archaeology facilitates the Festival of Archaeology, however, we remind organisers that it is their responsibility to undertake checks, risk assessments and safeguarding, as well as managing event enquiries and undertaking core event promotion.
Check out our top tips for creating Festival of Archaeology Events for Young Adults (16-25 year-olds) and attracting young adults to your events.
Health and safety is an important part of event planning and will ensure your event is safe and well organised as well as fun.
The CBA takes the safeguarding of children and adults at risk seriously and recognise that everyone has a role to play in identifying concerns, sharing information, and taking prompt action.
This year the CBA is unable to provide public liability insurance cover for the Festival of Archaeology. Event organisers will need to have their own insurance cover in place for their events.
You’ve created your Festival of Archaeology event, and now it’s time to promote it to ensure as many people as possible come to your event!
This year the Festival is once again a hybrid event and that means there are lots of great ways to get involved and engage the public in the fantastic work you do.
You are welcome to upload a combination of events and resources and if you have any questions about where your activity fits best please do get in touch for a chat by emailing [email protected].