York Minster in Close Up - The Exterior.
The 1951 Revival of York's Mystery Plays.
Baile Hill, York's Second Castle: The Excavations of 1968-69.
Earthquake Archaeology: Why is it Important?
Casting a New Light on Archaeology - Cutting Edge Research into Multi-Spectral Imaging from the Air.
The Acomb Assemblage.
Raids Over York.
AGM followed by The Tadcaster Excursion
Angela Wheatcroft and Rosemary Suttill.
All lectures are held in the Friends' Meeting House, Friargate, York.
Lectures begin at 7.30pm although we happily provide the opportunity to enjoy refreshments and a chat from 6.45pm in the Meeting House foyer (limited seating available).
The Meeting House is accessible for wheelchair users and has a hearing loop in place. Please contact us regarding your needs if you have any access concerns as we are keen to be an accessible and disability-friendly group.
Parking - Castle car park 200m flat walk.
Bus - Clifford St/Friargate junction stop; bus numbers 4 and 7.
Train - York Railway Station 1km walk.