Talks


Hunter Archaeological Society 
Programme of Talks 2020 - 21

Due to the current Covid pandemic, we were not able to hold our talks in the second half of the 2019-20 programme, and we are now moving some of them online, using Zoom.
We have now had talks by Professor John Moreland on Tuesday 2 February 2021, titled 'Sheffield Castle and Deep History - the Butcher Archives', and on 23 March Dr Tim Cockrell talked about 'A Henge at Whirlow Hall Farm'.   The talks are recorded; if you would like to hear them, please email the Society secretary at secretary@hunterarchaeologicalsociety.org.uk 

The next talk at 7.30pm on Tuesday 6 April is by Julie Prescott on  Romans on Your Doorstep, an account of the history of Aldborough, the most northerly Romano-British township and capital of the Brigantian tribe.’  
Please contact the Society secretary at secretary@hunterarchaeologicalsociety.org.uk if you would like to join the talk.


 Society talks are usually held in Workroom 1 or 2 on the ground floor of the Diamond Building at Sheffield University
32 Leavygreave Road, Sheffield S3 7RD.
The talks are all on Tuesdays and start at 7.30pm.   Light refreshments afterwards until about 9.00pm.  Non-members are very welcome to attend the talks – a small donation is appreciated.

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Joseph Hunter,
29 Sept 2016, 14:57
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Joseph Hunter,
5 Sept 2017, 14:24
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Joseph Hunter,
15 Jul 2020, 14:50
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Joseph Hunter,
15 Jul 2020, 14:50
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Joseph Hunter,
2 Apr 2021, 02:09