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Archaeology Advisory Service                                       West Yorkshire Joint Services

Archaeology newsletters

Archaeology Newsletters

Newsletters, West Yorkshires Heritage: Archaeology, Archives and Ecology


Issue 29 Autumn 2009 - Download here
  • West Yorkshire’s swans
  • Pontefract’s medieval pottery kiln
  • Wildflowers in the garden
  • Archive projects

Issue 28 Spring 2009 - Download here
  • Harewood archives
  • Cropmark Landscapes of the Magnesian Limestone
  • Wakefield’s barn owl project
  • Morley Conservation Area

Issue 27 Autumn 2008 - Download here
  • Tithe maps project
  • Yorkshire authors dinner 1938
  • Recent aerial photography
  • Otters on the river Calder

Issue 26 Spring 2008

Issue 25 Autumn 2007

Issue 24 Spring 2007

Issue 23 Autumn 2006

Issue 22 Spring 2006

Issue 21 Autumn 2005

Issue 20 Spring 2005

Issue 19 Autumn 2004

Issue 18 Spring 2004

Issue 17 Autumn 2003

Issue 16 Spring 2003

Issue 15 Autumn 2002

Issue 14 Spring 2002

Issue 13 Autumn 2001

  • Thornhill: A guided walk for National Archaeology Day / What use are archives?
  • Yorkshire signpost / West Yorkshire Archive Service's Vision for the Future
  • Time Team reveals Roman Castleford
  • Why did the Romans choose Castleford? / Investigating the medieval landscape
  • Archaeological reports received 01/01/2001 to 30/06/2001
  • Events and Information

Issue 12 Spring 2001

  • Weaving the web site at WYAS / Archive Listings Access Project (ALAP)
  • Heritage Lottery Fund grant for Newby Hall archives / Millennium Local and Family History Day
  • Matthew Murray: Man of Iron
  • The 'Cosmos' Project for the Millennium
  • Archaeological reports received 01/07/2000 to 31/12/2000
  • Events and Information

Selected articles from previous issues

The Origins of Bradford

The Gas Industry in West Yorkshire

Tanning - A Vanishing Leeds Industry

The WYAS Advisory Service free bi-annual newsletter is obtainable by sending a stamped and self-addressed A4 envelope to our address (see contact details). Selected issues and articles can be viewed from this page in HTML or Adobe Acrobat Reader PDF formats.


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