Ramsey Abbey Community Project - Medieval Weekend
Saturday 10th and Sunday 11th August 2019 10am - 4pm each day
Abbey Road, Hollow Ln, Ramsey PE26 1DG
This open weekend takes place during the second of two seasons of excavation undertaken by Ramsey Abbey Community Project at Abbey College in Ramsey. Thanks to the generosity of National Lottery players, there will be free guided tours of the site by members of the Ramsey Abbey Community Project as well as hands-on activities and displays be re-enactors. There will also be free entry to Ramsey Abbey gatehouse, the medieval Lady Chapel and the Walled Kitchen Garden. Refreshments and toilets available.
Fen Edge Archaeology Group - Norfolk Trip
Saturday 24th August 2019
Meet at the Church of St Mary, Houghton-on-the-Hill, Swaffham, at 11am (http://www.saintmaryschurch.uk/)
Meet at Caistor Roman Town at 3pm (https://www.norfarchtrust.org.uk/project/caistor-roman-town/)
A church has stood on the site of St Mary’s for over 1,000 years. The well-preserved 13th century wall paintings are the most striking feature of  the church. They show a very rare image of the Holy Trinity – the earliest known example of a wall painting showing this subject in Europe and most likely unique in Britain. The church is a Grade 1 listed building and still occasionally used for services. Caistor Roman Town also known as Venta Icenorum, was the largest Roman town in East Anglia. It has been studied in detail in a project led by Will Bowden of the University of Nottingham in collaboration with the Norfolk Archaeological Trust (who own the site).
Places are limited and if you would like to attend you must book. Please contact Vicki Harley via vicki.harley@care4free.net 
The cost will be £5 for St Mary’s and £2 for Caistor Roman Town. Further details of where to meet and suggestions for where to have lunch will be sent to those who book.
Heritage Open Days
Friday 13th - Sunday 22nd September 2019
Heritage Open Days is England's largest festival of history and culture, bringing together over 2,000 organisations, 5,000 events and 40,000 volunteers. Every year in September, places across the country throw open their doors to celebrate their heritage, community and history. It’s your chance to see hidden places and try out new experiences – and it’s all FREE.
Landscape Survey Group - Conference
Friday 13th - Saturday 14th September 2019

The Landscape Survey Group’s 5th annual conference will combine a day of presentations and discussion with a fieldtrip to Breckland landscapes. Registration is available for the full programme (£25 members, £30 non-members) or Friday conference only, including lunch (£20 members, £25 non-members). Registration forms and membership forms are available from the group's website or by email from landscapesurveygroup@gmail.com For more information about the conference including the full programme, visit their website: http://landscapesurvey.org/?page_id=795

CBA East - Conference
Archaeology in the East: Celebrating the CBA's 75th Anniversary
Saturday 28th September 2019 10am - 5pm
Ipswich IP-City Centre, 1 Bath Street, Ipswich, IP2 8SD
Join CBA East to hear about some of the most significant Archaeological Discoveries and Research from across the Eastern Region. Programme and booking details in the attached PDF. For further information please contact cbaeast@archaeologyuk.org
Advance booking required. Lunch included in ticket price (£20 for CBA East members/£25 for non-members).
Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology - Exhibition
A Survival Story – Prehistoric Life at Star Carr
(Ongoing) 20 June 201830 December 2019
TuesdaySaturday: 10:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Sunday: 12.00 noon – 4:30 p.m.
MAA, Downing Street, Cambridge CB2 3DZ
The mysterious 11,000-year-old headdresses, found at the Mesolithic site of Star Carr in Yorkshire are just such an example.
exhibition which focusses on the remarkable discoveries made at Star Carr. 11,000 years ago, Star Carr was situated on the shore of a lake. The lake has long since dried up, but some areas are still waterlogged, preserving bone, antler and wooden objects and providing us with a unique perspective of Mesolithic life.
Admission free