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English Heritage - Geophysics

For those of you who may be interested in finding out more about archaeological geophysics, please follow the link below ro the EH website where you can download their publication (pdf format) entitled 'Geophysical Survey in Archaeological Field Evaluation'
http://www.english-heritage.org.uk/publications/geophysical-survey-in-archaeological-field-evaluation/

Digital Archives Association
For those of you interested in historical maps check out the Digital Archives Association website.
http://www.digitalarchives.co.uk

Thornborough Heritage Trust
This is a charity dedicated to the future survival of the Thornborough monument complex in North Yorkshire and would welcome your support. Becoming a Trust member is free. You can check this out at :
http://www.thornboroughheritagetrust.org/

Plant species and lead spoil heaps
Please find below a couple of interesting links to articles concerning plant species of lead mining spoil.
http://www.cyclethedales.org.uk/index/specialplace/specialquality-nature/species/plants/leadminingspoilplants.htm

http://www.bgs.ac.uk/foundation-web/GangMine.htm

The Swaledale and Arkengarthdale Archaeology Group (SWAAG) has received £76,000 from the HLF to fund the Swaledale Big Dig. Starting next year, this project aims to discover more about Reeth, Grinton and Fremington areas of Swaledale and Arkengarthdale involving the help of local people, schools, community groups, parish councils and the Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority.

The project will be launched on 13th March 2014 at a public meeting in the Reeth Memorial Hall which will be addresed by Dr Carenza Lewis from the University of Cambridge. Followed two days later with an Open Day in the Reeth Memorial Hall when members of the community will have the opportunity to learn more about the project and what is currently known about the development of the local settlements. They will also be able to discuss their interests and explore the wide range of courses on offer with the members of SWAAG.

SWAAG is a volunteer run community group with more than 40 active members who have been very successful in obtaining significant levels of funding. This support has enabled them to develop a programme of landscape and geophysical surveying throughout the local area, establish an informative website, three seasons of excavation, plus events for local schools and themed walks for the general public. To find out more about SWAAG and the Swaledale Big Dig check out their website: www.swaag.org

The Nothern Mine Research Society have a new publication entitled
The Malham Mines
produced as part of its British Mining series

This book reflects a major reassessment and together with
new research, has resulted in significant revisions to earlier
interpretations of Malham’s mines and their workforce.

This 104 page book has a cover price of £12.00. To order a copy
please see the Northern Mines Research Society website:

http://www.nmrs.org.uk/publications/new.html

The Malham Mines

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