Archaeology Scotland AGM & Members' Day

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Join us for our online Archaeology Scotland AGM and Members' Day open to members and non-members

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ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING & MEMBERS’ DAY The 2020 Annual General Meeting of Archaeology Scotland will be held virtually on 28 November 2020 from 10am to 12.30am

The programme and agenda for the day is as follows:

10.00 am Welcome by Archaeology Scotland President, Beverley Ballin Smith

10.10am Emily Freeman, Treasure Trove Unit Manager, Treasure Trove in Scotland

“Treasure Trove and a recent hoard from Peebles”

In June of this year, a metal detectorist uncovered one of the most significant Late Bronze Age hoards ever found in Scotland. Within days of the discovery, the Treasure Trove Unit were on site to excavate the hoard in situ. This presentation will discuss the Treasure Trove process and the series of events from initial discovery of the Peebles hoard to the eventual block lift. 

10.40am Live Q&A session with Emily Freeman

11am Closed AGM business (Members only)

11.30am A choice of two talks:


Andy Jepson, Project Officer Archaeology Scotland

"Stobs Camp - Exploring the First World War Training & Internment Camp in the Scottish Borders"

Join Andrew Jepson as he presents a talk on Archaeology Scotland’s community-focused project exploring the First World War training and internment camp at Stobs near Hawick in the Scottish Borders. After a short introduction to the camp, Andrew will highlight the exciting work that volunteers have undertaken since 2016. From excavation, field surveys and condition reporting to desk-based research, genealogy and commemoration.


Jane Miller, Learning Officer, Archaeology Scotland

“Archaeologists of the Future - an informal talk exploring the impact archaeology can have on children and young people, including the work of Young Archaeologists’ Club”

Archaeology inspires people of all ages. Join Jane Miller, Archaeology Scotland’s Learning Officer as she talks about the Young Archaeologists’ Club and Archaeology Scotland’s work with children and young people. We’ll discuss our first memories of archaeology - the places or objects that ignited our passion for the subject, and consider what our rubbish will tell archaeologists of the future about the way we live today. This will be a fun, informal, interactive session suitable for all ages.

12.00 noon Online Live Auction - don't miss the chance to bid on and win some amazing archaeology related experiences

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