|Our own Paul Frodsham will be giving a talk on this subject at the County Archaeology Day in Durham on Saturday March 11th 2017. Paul is a Committee Member of Altogether Archaeology and also our Archaeology Adviser. Now working as a freelance archaeologist, Paul was for eight years previously Historic Environment Officer for the North Pennines AONB Partnership. It was there he conceived the idea for the AONB-managed Altogether Archaeology Project and the rest, as they say, is history!
There is no-one better qualified than Paul to talk about recent archaeological developments in the North Pennines and this is sure to be a fascinating and lively presentation.
The County Archaeology Day is an established annual event in Durham and offers a full programme of talks by experts on recent archaeological research across the county. The venue is the Council Chamber at County Hall in Durham. It is a highly popular event and tickets sell out very quickly. So, if you want to go along and see what has been happening, archaeologically speaking, in County Durham over the past year book a place as soon as possible. Tickets go on sale at 9 am on Monday 20th February. You can book and pay online at www.doitonline.durham.gov.uk. Click Archaeology Day. Alternatively phone 03000 260000.
Altogether Archaeology will be having a display stand at this event so if you are attending pop along and say hello. It will be good to meet you!