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Exhibition and Talk about The Hagg
On Saturday, April 21st SWAAG members are organising an Exhibition about The Hagg in Reeth Memorial Hall. Doors open at 2pm and Philip Bastow will give a presentation about the site, what we have learned so far and what we hope to discover in July 2018 when we return to the site.
Visited by Roman Pottery expert, Eniko Hudak Three Wise Men survey the site
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News Record: 41     Updated: 16-04-2018 12:00:02

May is Pottery Month for SWAAG members
During May we have two pottery experts coming to Reeth to share their expertise.

On Tuesday 8th May, Graham Taylor will run an afternoon workshop in the Memorial Hall from 2-5pm, followed by a talk at the members meeting in The Buck at 7pm that evening. Graham will also be joining us for dinner beforehand. Places for the workshop are limited and can be booked by contacting Sue@ swaag.org.

On Tuesday, 22nd May at 7pm in The Buck, Eniko Hudak will speak about her work as Roman Pottery specialist with Pre-Construct Archaeology as well as talking about finds from The Hagg and their possible implications for interpretation of the site.
Graham Taylor with Arkengarthdale pupils on The Hagg last summer Arkengarthdale pupils examine a replica pot
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News Record: 40     Updated: 26-02-2018 12:38:56

A New Tent for 2018!
I have to admit, I was very fond of the old green tent that we used onsite last season to store the tools and equipment. A cool and groovy example of old-school tents, it had character, it had heft...
However it has to be admitted that it was also full of holes and very hard work to put up!
Policy decisions had to be made and a new, lightweight, model has been purchased. It needed trying out. Five stout-hearted volunteers gathered in Reeth on freezing January day to have a play...
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News Record: 39     Updated: 04-02-2018 14:53:11

 
 
 
 
 
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