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.
Here are a couple of volunteer opportunities:
Buildings recording in Hartlepool with Tees Archaeology
“A Townscape heritage scheme is currently funding improvements to Church Street in Hartlepool and as part of the scheme they are funding a building recording programme for Church Street that Tees Archaeology is leading. The recording work will take place between 22nd and 25th October and will be based out of our office in Hartlepool. As with other recording schemes no previous experience is required and training will be provided. we will be recording the exterior of buildings only using photography and forms.” If you would like to be involved, please contact Tees Archaeology or fill out the forms which are available on their website.
Also, there is Hadrian’s Wall Archaeology Forum. This will be held at Queen’s Hall, Hexham, on Saturday 20th October and will be between 9:45-4:15. Tickets are £10.00 and will include tea/coffee in the morning and afternoon. Topics which will be covered include the excavations at Vindolanda during 2018, survey work at Corbridge, the Binchester excavations in 2018, Hadrian’s Wall Community Archaeology programme, Senhouse Museum and current research on the Raetian frontier. If you would like to book a place, please contact email@example.com or call 01434 652477.
- Hidden Valleys Community Project | Summer Events
- Volunteer Opportunity | Finds Processing
- TAS LECTURE | Reminder for Tue 26th June | Boskin, Skelbuse and Foddergang: Traditional Farm Buildings in the Yorkshire Dales | Jim Brightman
- TAS LECTURE | Reminder for Tue 29th May | The Portable Antiquities Scheme in Co. Durham, Darlington and Teesside: Recent Finds of Note | Ben Westwood
- TAS LECTURE | Reminder for Tue 24th April | Piercebridge and the Romans in the North-East | David Mason
- TAS LECTURE | Reminder for Tue 26th March | Lindisfarne to Lancaster: Community-Based Excavations in the North of England (and a Bit of Scotland | Chris Casswell
- TAS LECTURE | Reminder for Tue 27th February | The Portable Antiquities Scheme in Co. Durham, Darlington and Teesside: Recent Finds of Note | Ben Westwood
- TAS LECTURE | Reminder for Tue 30th January | AGM and ‘Jowel, Jowel and Listen Lad’ … Vernacular Song and Industrial Archaeology in Northern England’ | Dr Rob Young
- TAS LECTURE | Reminder for Tue 28th November | James Cook: Raising Anchors and Digging for Cottages | Phil Philo