CCHT will be represented at Lancaster University's forthcoming Community Day event on 6th May at a session devoted to 'Exploring Maps and Memory'. Do you love old maps?
The annual, week-long Latin and palaeography summer school run by Keele University provides expert tuition in small groups for professional and amateur historians.
The next study day event hosted by the Regional Heritage Centre will take place on Saturday 29 April. The focus will be on Vikings in the North-West and Irish Sea Region.
In an exhibit marking the 150th anniversary of the Cumberland & Westmorland Antiquarian & Archaeological Society, John Hodkinson's 'Archaeology of the Mind' compares the 'ey
There are still places left at the CWAAS anniversary conference. This special full-day event will explore the Society's contribution to research and scholarship in Cumbria over 150 years.
Linking in with the British Festival of Archaeology, Bay Archaeology Festival: Rediscovering the Bay’s Old Ways will take place from 16 – 31 July and will include family activities, a l
The 120th Anniversary of the arrival of the Vieille Montagne Company in Nenthead will be celebrated on the weekend of 6-7 August with an international conference, mine trips and gala (see
The Headlands to Headspace project are hosting some free training for volunteers to help them research and record the archaeological and historical landscape around Morecambe Bay.
The Landscape Trust is hosting a series of lectures and workshops on the history of mapping and landscape photography on the weekend of 7th - 8th May in Arnside.
Members of CCHT are invited to attend the AGM at Lowther Castle on Thursday 14th April at 7.30. The event will include a presentation on recent developments to the CCHT website.
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