Bringing Our Past to Life with the Festival of Archaeology 2017

Take part in the UK’s largest archaeology festival and help bring our past to life. The programme for this year’s Festival of Leicestershire and Rutland Archaeology has been announced. Come and take part in the UK’s largest archaeology festival and help bring our past to life. Between Saturday 15th and Sunday 30th July over 80 events will be held across Leicestershire and Rutland celebrating the … Continue reading Bringing Our Past to Life with the Festival of Archaeology 2017

Free history day at Jewry Wall Museum this Sunday 10th July

This year’s Festival of Archaeology kicks off with an exciting free family friendly event at Jewry Wall Museum in Leicester called ‘Bringing Our Past To Life’ on Sunday July 10th (11am-4pm). The event draws on the tradition of popular events at the Museum in the late 1980’s and 90’s that are fondly remembered by many visitors. There will be a chance to meet early and … Continue reading Free history day at Jewry Wall Museum this Sunday 10th July

Bringing our past to life at Festival of Leicestershire and Rutland Archaeology

Members of the public are invited to help bring out past to life by taking part in the UK’s largest archaeology festival and this year’s event promises to be bigger and better than before. The programme for this year’s Festival of Leicestershire and Rutland Archaeology has now been announced with over 70 events to be held across Leicestershire and Rutland between Saturday 16th and Sunday … Continue reading Bringing our past to life at Festival of Leicestershire and Rutland Archaeology

Latest volume of Transactions published

The latest volume of the Transactions of the Leicestershire Archaeological and Historical Society (vol. 88, 2014) has been published. This year’s volume includes a new article co-authored by John Morison and ULAS’s Vicki Score on ‘The Lost Chapel of St Morrell, Hathern’ (Previously reported on by ULASNEWS). John Thomas has compiled the latest ‘Archaeology in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland 2013’ and two ULAS books have … Continue reading Latest volume of Transactions published