Events in 2016

CITiZAN archaeologists are holding events all around England. Come see when we'll next be in your area and join us!

CITiZAN and NAS training weekend

21/05/2016  |  11 a.m.


The Nautical Archaeology Society and CITiZAN are joining forces to record a WWII Minesweeper on Gosport foreshore and the remains of Fort James on Burrow Island. In this two day course you will be introduced to recording vessels on the foreshore using offset survey, taking archaeological photographs and using the CITIZAN app to record threatened archaeology rapidly.

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Training: Victoria Docks Vessels

21/05/2016  |  10 a.m.

Kingston upon Hull

Join CITiZAN on the banks of the Humber, at Victoria Docks in Hull for a training course to help record the remains of Earle's Shipyard, including the remains of three abandoned vessels.

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Training: Maldon Barge Graveyard, Essex

13/05/2016  |  6 p.m.

Promenade Park

On the 13th-15th May CITiZAN will be holding a free training weekend focusing on the Barge Graveyard in Promenade Park, Maldon, Essex. This fascinating site contains the remains of 15 or more vessels including named Thames sailing barges, fishing vessels, an Admiralty launch and a lighter. Join us to learn more about the history of these vessels and to learn the skills needed to record them.

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Guided Walk: Bridlington

28/03/2016  |  11 a.m.


Join us for a coastal walk, commencing from Bridlington Park and Ride along the foreshore to Auburn Sands, exploring the military archaeology of the dynamic east coast. See the devastating effect erosion is having on our national heritage whilst enjoying the Yorkshire coastline. Please book in advance as places are limited.

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Illustrated talk: Sussex Archaeology Symposium

19/03/2016  |  9:30 a.m.

University of Brighton, Huxley Lecture Theatre, Moulsecoomb Campus, East Sussex

A day symposium for recent discoveries in Sussex archaeology and modern techniques in the field. There's a diverse range of great sounding papers and CITiZAN will be co-presenting with Dr Scott Timpany on recent work at the submerged prehistoric forest at Pett Level.

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