Thursday 20th June 2019 – Marlow Lecture: 75 years of the CBA

Invitation from Archaeology in Marlow

Celebrating 75 years of the CBA – a look at the CBA’s past, present and futureb

by Sue Dormer, Trustee for the Council for British Archaeology (CBA)

As the CBA (Council for British Archaeology) celebrates 75 years since it was founded, this talk will look at the CBA’s milestones over the years, it’s current mission and achievements as well as looking forward as it plans some exciting new initiatives.

CBA Trustee Sue Dormer will describe some of the work of the CBA including The Young Archaeologists Club (YAC), the Festival of Archaeology, advocacy work for national issues such as the Stonehenge road tunnel (see photo) and A Level Archaeology and how the CBA is making an impact on consultations as a statutory National Amenity Society.

The talk will follow AiM’s short AGM at which only members can vote.

8.00 p.m in the Garden Room, Liston Hall, Marlow, SL7 1DD

AIM & MAS Members £3.00, non-members £4.50
Free parking at the adjacent car park after 7.00p.m.

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