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CBA Yorkshire Evening Talks

In these Covid times we are all missing the company of our friends and colleagues, and the chance to catch up and chat about our hobbies and our interests. Sadly, it appears we wont be able to do that together for some time, So instead why not join us for the CBA Yorkshire Evening Talks? Every 2 weeks throughout winter we are hosting a short talk on subjects focussed on Archaeology and History, followed by a friendly open discussion. All in the comfort of your own home, linked by the magic of ZOOM. The Programme is below.

To join a session please email ZOOM@cba-yorkshire.org.uk and the link will be emailed back to you. Attendance via Zoom at the Talks is free, and open to all, although we would encourage those who are interested in the whole series to join CBA Yorkshire by emailing membership@cba-yorkshire.org.uk.

It only costs £12.50 (£15 for Groups & Families) per annum and will ensure you are first to learn of forthcoming events

18th November
Eric Houlder: ‘A Yorkshireman at Sutton Hoo’
Eric, long standing trustee of CBA Yorkshire, was a member of the excavation team at Sutton Hoo. Hear his personal experience and share his photographic records of this amazing site.

1st December
Tony Hunt: ‘Seeing the Light Fantastic’
Tony is an MA student researching the uses of Drones in Archaeology. Here he shares some of the results of his research and the experimental techniques that he is using to reveal our hidden past

15th December
Dave Went: ‘The Archaeology of an Industrial Landscape’
As well as being a Senior Archaeological Investigator for Historic England Dave is also the Secretary of CBA Yorkshire. Here Dave offers an insight into recent investigations at Elsecar in South Yorkshire

5th January 2021
Mike Turpin: ‘Tricks of the Trade – Hints & Tips with PowerPoint’
Mike is Chair of South Leeds Archaeology and a one-time IT professional. Here he offers tips on creating professional flowing presentations that that engage the audience in that stalwart of presenting software - Microsoft PowerPoint.

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