Events in Jun 2017

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

Training: Explore and record Orford Ness

03/06/2017  |  9:40 a.m.  |  Location: East

Orford Ness, Woodbridge, Suffolk

Owned by the National Trust, and once home to a highly secretive atomic weapons and radar testing establishment, Orford Ness is a large shingle spit with an extremely dynamic coastline and plenty for us to record. This weekend will concentrate on updating features using the CITiZAN mobile app as well as checking for features along the fragile shingle shelf.

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Training: Bridlington Military Landscape

09/06/2017  |  5 p.m.  |  Location: North East


Come join CITiZAN for a two-day training event on the sandy beaches south of Bridlington to help record perhaps the best preserved First World War landscape on the coast in the country.

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Training: Vessel recording Hooe Lake, Devon

14/06/2017  |  10:30 a.m.  |  Location: South West

Hooe Lake Devon

Join the South West team for a two day vessel recording session using the hulks at Hooe Lake in Devon. We will be teaching you how to use our app to monitor features on the foreshore and how to use simple archaeological survey techniques to create detailed site plans. Wellies essential! Register via eventbrite

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University Archaeology Day 2017

22/06/2017  |  10 a.m.  |  Location: South East

University College London

Come and meet the CITiZAN team at the first annual University Archaeology Day at UCL. If you're interested in studying archaeology at university, you'll be able to meet representatives from archaeology departments from around the country!

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Training: Recording the Wreck of the SS Fernebo, Cromer

24/06/2017  |  10 a.m.  |  Location: East

RNLI Henry Blogg Museum, The Gangway, Cromer, NR27 9ET

The SS Fernebo split in two in January 1917. 100 years later pieces of the wreckage are still visible at low tide. During this free training weekend you will learn more about the First and Second World War shipping lanes and how to research and record coastal archaeology.

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