Activity Dates & Maps

Number of activity dates on file = 8. Non-members are welcome - but please read the notes at the bottom of the page...
 03-04-2019 10.00 am  near Doe Park, Cotherstone, Teesdale Walk Over Survey - Gueswick Hills We will be doing a walk over survey of this interesting site, before doing a magnetrometry survey at a later date. Bring a packed lunch. Further details about parking etc will be sent to participants,
 10-04-2019 10.00 am  Arkengarthdale. A walk with Stephen Eastmead to discover 'Industrial Mouldside, Arkengarthdale. Including walking the unique gorge-like Stodart's Hush. A moderately strenuous 5 mile walk, with four short but steep grassy banks. Please book - only 10 places available. Details will be sent to participants.  FULLY BOOKED you can add your name to the reserve list
 27-04-2019 10.45 am - 15.30 pm  Melmerby Village Hall Long Meg and her Daughters and Addingham Church Presentation by Paul Frodsham about recent AA work at this most enigmatic location, followed by guided tour of the site. Park at Melmerby, car share to Long Meg. Very easy 3.5 km return walk from car parking location. Limited places - please book.
 28-04-2019 10.30 am Cotherstone A walk, looking at the archaeology of Cotherstone with Harriet Sams.  This walk will be in areas not done in the previous explorations. Meet outside the Fox & Hounds at 10.30 am. Please do not park outside the pub.
 11-05-2019 to 26-05-2019 9.00 am - 4.00 pm Holwick, Teesdale 2019 Excavation of Well Head We will return for the third season to excavate part of the deserted Medieval village. Please let me know what dates you are available.
 09-06-2019 tba Day Walk - Moor Divock, Lunsdale, Cumbria A walk with Patrick Neave tba
 17-07-2019 10.00 am -16.30 pm Meet Prudhoe Railway Station 10.00 am NE42 6NR Parking available at the railway station and the Countryside Park Churches along the Tyne Valley led by Alan Newham Mini bus tour to include Heddon-on-the-Wall, Ovingham, Stocksfield, Corbridge, Warden and Hexham. Return to Prudhoe about 16.30 pm. Bring a packed lunch. Limited number, book early.
 12-10-2019 11.00 AM - 3.00 PM Mickleton Village Hall Talks by Alan Newham & Martin Roberts Alan will talk about 'An introduction to Anglo-Saxon church architecture in stone', after lunch Martin's talk 'Early Vernacular Buildings focusing on medieval longhouses and their post-medieval derivatives.

Please Note:
1) All events in the programme are free to members of Altogether Archaeology unless otherwise stated. For insurance reasons you must be a member to excavate, otherwise non-members are welcome to join us at all other events, subject to the availability of places. Please check in advance. Charges for non-members are: talks £3; walks & workshops £5.
2) Dogs - We regret that dogs are not permitted on any of our walks. Some walks cross private land (with the owner’s permission) and on access land we often need to leave public footpaths in order to visit archaeological sites.

Venue Location Maps

Doe Park (Gueswick Hills) Doe Park on Google
Bowes and Gilmonby Village Hall Bowes-View on Google
Eastgate Village Hall Eastgate-View on Google
Holwick Excavation Holwick-View on Google
Marwood Social Centre   (Village Hall) Marwood-View on Google
Mickleton Village Hall Mickleton-View on Google
Middleton - in - Teesdale Village Hall Gas Lane  -   (Immediately passed the Primary School) Middleton-in-T-View on Google
St John's Chapel Town Hall St John's Chapel on Google
Whitley Chapel Parish Hall Whitley-View on Google