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Members undertaking a detailed survey of a ruinous sheepfold on Scales Moor as part of our
Animal Husbandry Project

The next event on our programme is on

Thursday 10th September

Lowther Castle: presentation & garden tour

11.00 Presentation : The History of the Castle and Family
12.30 Lunch in the café.
13.30 Guided Garden Tour
Both the presentation and the tour will be by members of Lowther Castle staff

Cost is £10 per head which includes the normal admission fee but does not include lunch.


To reserve your place please email Carol at ingleborougharchaeologygroup@gmail.com
Also please advise of your choice from the lunch menu so this can be pre-booked.

For car sharing meet at Ingleton at 9.30am, otherwise meet at the castle.

Please click here to see a full list of our 2015 talks & walks.





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Latest news:

Just published: "Voices from the past. Inventories & wills from the parish of Ingleton 1548 - 1700"
Click here for more information

Click here to read an article in Culture24 (a government sponsored website) about our Crummack Dale excavation

Click here to read about our Top Cow Pasture Project and to see photos from our Open Day

Reports just published:
The Crummack Dale Project
and Top Cow Pasture Excavation
Click here for details

Congratulations to our chairman - David Johnson - who has received a Highly Commended Marsh Award for Community Archaeologist of the Year - sponsored by the CBA.

See the first reports and spreadsheets from our Scales Moor survey here. Recently added: Enclosures and Water Features.

Just published - Medieval Studies in the Yorkshire Dales edited by Roger Martlew
Click here for details

Click here to see a list of our Practical Activities for 2015

Hot off the press - a new publication by Yvonne Luke - Neolithic Long Mounds of the Yorkshire Dales. Click here for details of how to get your copy.

The results of our survey of the north west flanks of Ingleborough can now be viewed on-line. Click here to see the spreadsheet, plans, photographs and members essays.