Derbyshire Archaeology Day will be virtual for 2021!

Registration is now open for two days of FREE events, if you would like to attend both sessions, please register for each one:

Friday 5 February 2021, 1pm to 4pm

Saturday 6 February 2021, 10am to 1pm

The line up for Friday 5 February is

Excavation at Staunton Lane End Cottage, Ticknall: Sue Brown (Ticknall Archaeological Research Group)

Sadler Bridge Studios, Bold Lane, Derby. Activity at the Fringe of Medieval Derby: Richard Gregory (Oxford Archaeology North)

Investigations at Dovecliff Weir, Egginton: Kris Krawiec (Trent and Peak Archaeology):

Repairing Two Bronze Age Barrows in the Peak District After a Moorland Fire: Guy Salkeld (MoD)

Navio Roman Fort – Excavations at the Vicus (a Video Tour): Reuben Thorpe and Tom Parker (Archaeological Research Services)

The line up for Saturday 6 February is

Delving into Stone Mines on Cracken Edge: Elin Price

Insights into Historic Buildings in Derbyshire and the Peak District: Matt Hurford (Hurford Archaeology)

Excavations at Swarkestone Windmill: Helen Daniel (TVAS North Midlands)

Monastic Granges of Derbyshire: Sue Woore

As the webinars are FREE, we are also taking the opportunity to receive donations towards repairs and interpretation at Thomas Bateman’s tomb – this year we celebrate the 200th anniversary of his birth, as well as the 70th birthday of the Peak District National Park. The donation page is available via the registration links, or here: Make a donation to the Peak District National Park Foundation