Talks and events by the Leicestershire Fieldworkers and its affiliated groups, taking place across Leicestershire and Rutland in 2020.
A rare 6th – 7th century silver-gilt sword pommel cap found in Scalford has gone on display at Melton Carnegie Museum.
Find out more about the 2019 Festival of Leicestershire and Rutland Archaeology, the UK’s largest archaeology festival! 29 June – 28 July
Despite the incredibly wet end to 2019 University of Leicester Archaeological Services (ULAS) have been in the field with a number of important sites. At Burnmill Road, Market Harborough an additional area of the large Iron Age and Roman site has been stripped. Occupation activity looks to be noticeably busier in the northeast corner and […]
Peter Liddle MBE, former County Archaeologist, regularly runs short 6 week courses around the County on archaeology in Leicestershire and Rutland. If you have a group or venue that would like to run these courses please contact Peter as below. The courses cost £30 per person for the series or £6 per person for individual lectures […]
A number of Fieldworker training courses are held each year at the University of Leicester and out in the field. It is also possible to join local groups who are already walking or excavating as they will provide training. Groups who are currently active include Hallaton, Hinckley, Oakham, Croxton Kerrial (FLAG), Lutterworth, Oadby and Wigston. […]