Non DAS Events
DERBYSHIRE ARCHAEOLOGY DAY
Due to the pandemic Derbyshire Archaeology Day 2021 was an online event via the Demio webinar platform – recordings of the talks will be available soon. The 2021 edition of ACID (Archaeology and Conservation in Derbyshire) magazine is also now available online – click here – and we hope to have printed copies available to collect from the DAS Library later in the year.
Friday 5 February 2021 – 1pm to 4pm
- Excavation at Staunton Lane End Cottage, Ticknall– Sue Brown (Ticknall Archaeological Research Group)
- Sadler Bridge Studios, Bold Lane, Derby. Activity at the fringe of medieval Derby-Richard Gregory (Oxford Archaeology North)
- Investigations at Dovecliff Weir, Egginton-Kris Krawiec (Trent and Peak Archaeology)
- Repairing two Bronze Age barrows in the Peak District after a moorland fire– Guy Salkeld (MoD)
- Navio Roman Fort – excavations at the vicus – Reuben Thorpe and Tom Parker (Archaeological Research Services)
Saturday 6 February 2021 – 10am to 1pm
- Delving into stone mines on Cracken Edge– Elin Price
- Insights into historic buildings in Derbyshire and the Peak District– Matt Hurford (Hurford Archaeology)
- Excavations at Swarkestone Windmill-Helen Daniel (TVAS North Midlands)
- Monastic Granges of Derbyshire– Sue Woore
EAST MIDLANDS INDUSTRIAL ARCHAEOLOGY CONFERENCE
The East Midlands Industrial Archaeology Conference is held every six months at different locations around the region – Derbyshire, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire, Nottinghamshire, Northamptonshire and Rutland. The conferences are organised in turn by county I.A. societies and specialist groups.
Two conferences were planned for 2020, at Matlock Bath in May on the topic of metal mining in the Peak District, and in October at Roade in Northamptonshire on railways. Both of these have had to be cancelled due to the Covid-19 pandemic, and it is hoped they can be re-arranged for 2021.
CBA EAST MIDLANDS
The East Midlands group of the Council for British Archaeology organises meetings and seminars across the region, but again these have had to be cancelled for 2020.