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Members enjoying the first of our summer walks on Ewes Cross looking at just a few of the many features recorded in our recent survey of Scales Moor.

The second of our Summer Evening Walks is on

Monday 15th June

Early castles of the Lune Valley
a guided walk lead by our chairman
Dr David Johnson

Join us for a visit to Castle Stede and Halton - where the church is built next to a motte and bailey and whose graveyard has a truly wonderful Anglo-Saxon cross - one of the best anywhere......

Meet at 7.00pm on the roadside
before you drop down the final descent to Loyn Bridge over the Lune
on the minor road from Hornby to Gressingham (SD583 694), or Ingleton
at 6.30pm for car sharing.The first castle to be visited will be Castle Stede.
The site is next to the road and on private land, so no dogs please.

Please bring warm clothing, wet weather gear and stout walking shoes

Non members welcome

Non members £2.00
Members £1.00

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Latest news:

Our Top Cow Pasture project Open Day and Exhibition will be on Saturday June 6th. Click here for details

Click here for the latest newsletters from the Long Preston Big Dig

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

Long Preston Heritage Group are looking for volunteers to help with their Big Dig. Click here for more information.

To read about our Top Cow Pasture Project and for a link to the daily blog of last year's excavation click here

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.