CBA Wales’s first annual archaeological conference is on the 31 August – 2 September 2018 at Lampeter, Ceredigion.

The newest and best of archaeology in Wales.

The programme will showcase current innovative projects and fieldwork and provide opportunities for hands on workshops, CPD, networking, and guided visits to some of the most iconic and interesting sites in Wales. Hear and experience Wales’s archaeology from the Prehistoric to the Industrial, from coastal to gardens, and from poetry to place names, as well as an exciting programme of social events.

Leading British archaeologists will be on hand: running sessions; giving presentations; and leading visits. Professor Mike Parker-Pearson will be exploring the latest evidence regarding the origin of the Stonehenge Bluestones – visit the potential quarry site and decide for yourself! Professor Carenza Lewis will provide her reflections on archaeology in Wales as the key note address at Saturday’s formal dinner and Professor David Austin will be exploring the myths, landscape and future of Strata Florida Abbey.


Full programme available to download here: CBA Wales 2018 Conference Programme


https://councilforbritisharchaeologywales.wordpress.com/events/
A range of tickets are available:

Full conference tickets, all-inclusive

  • CBA and CBA Wales members. Full 3 day conference with all food (Tea and coffee throughout the weekend; Friday evening meal; Sat Breakfast, lunch and formal dinner; Sunday breakfast and packed lunch), social events, excursions and accommodation (B&B in en-suite single room on campus for Friday and Saturday nights). Including a year’s free membership of CPRW (Campaign for the Protection of Rural Wales) and WHGT (Welsh Historic Gardens Trust) £250
  • Non-members. Full 3 day conference with all food (Tea and coffee throughout the weekend; Friday evening meal; Sat Breakfast, lunch and formal dinner; Sunday breakfast and packed lunch), social events, excursions and accommodation (B&B in en-suite single room on campus for Friday and Saturday nights). Including a year’s free membership of CPRW (Campaign for the Protection of Rural Wales) and WHGT (Welsh Historic Gardens Trust) £280

Full conference tickets

  • CBA and CBA Wales members. Tickets for 3 day conference only, including lunch options but no accommodation or social events. £180
  • Non-members. Tickets for 3 day conference only, including lunch options but no accommodation or social events. £210

Saturday only tickets

  • CBA and CBA Wales members. Saturday only including lunch, refreshments and formal dinner £100
  • Non-members. Saturday only including lunch, refreshments and formal dinner £120
  • CBA and CBA Wales members. Saturday only including lunch, tea & coffee but NOT formal dinner £90
  • Non-members. Saturday only including lunch, Tea & Coffee etc but NOT formal dinner £110

Source: CBA Wales

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