Tag Archives: archaeology

The Irish Sea in the 2020s – Survey

Closing date 31st August   The Irish Sea Maritime Forum, supported by the University of Liverpool, is conducting an Irish-sea wide survey to look to the future and the changing context of the Irish Sea in the 2020s. The aim is to develop a comprehensive picture of the future for the Irish Sea and its

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Closed Consultation – Managing the Marine Historic Environment of Wales

Closes 3rd June 2019 The Welsh Government is consulting on updated guidance on managing and protecting the marine historic environment, which includes wrecks, submerged prehistory and coastal and intertidal archaeology. The guidance document – ‘Managing the marine historic environment of Wales’ – sets out the Welsh Government’s approach to underwater heritage and offers best practice guidance

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Last few places: Sandscapes: celebrating the natural and cultural capital of coastal landscapes, 11th & 12th October, Southport

The last few places are still available at the North West Coastal Forum’s Biennial Coastal Conference so we’ve extended booking until Friday 7th October. This year our conference is being run as a joint event with the Sefton Coast Landscape Partnership. It’s free-to-attend event and includes a full day field trip to the Sefton coast

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Morecambe Bay Partnership Events Summer 2015

The Morecambe Bay Partnership has published a newsletter giving details of events around the Bay. Covering August, September and October the impressive range of fascinating things to do includes Heritage Open Days, dates of 9 Beach Cleans, talks and guided walks on local heritage including archaeology, fishing, salt-making and marine life. The newsletter can be

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