Some of the interesting sites that are across the Tees Valley area can be seen here. For a full list with images, please see our publications page.
Due to the success of last month’s trial Zoom meeting, the committee have decided to start offering our monthly talks as online meetings for the foreseeable future.
Our talks will be hosted on Zoom on the last Tuesday of each month at 7:30PM to keep in line with our usual schedule. If you are inrerested in joining on on Tuesday, please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org and we will send the link to join to you. The link for the following months will be sent out via mailing list each month so to avoid being missed please contact us to be added or visit our website to do so.
So, this month’s talk will be held on TUESDAY 29th SEPTEMBER at 7:30 and our speaker will be Richard Annis. The talk is titled Deceptively Spacious: Durham Castle and the walls survey. This talk covers the former extent of the Castle and describes a detailed survey carried out a few years ago, ending with some views of what remains hidden today.
Richard Annis is a Senior Archaeologist with Durham University; and has worked on a wide variety of archaeological projects throughout the Northeast of England, Cumbria, Humberside, Yorkshire and Gloucestershire during the past 30 years.
We hope to see you all on Tuesday!
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