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from Surrey, UK
| New Message Posted!2013-03-03 19:11  |
So far I've heard of plans for some walks at Ham Hill 13 and 14 July and 28 and 29 July with caradoc68, something hopefully coming together with the Welsh folks (sem, PAB, cerrig etc) and possibly with Eileen and friends in Lancashire.
The deadline of tomorrow is to get in the printed booklet but they accept submissions to go on the web site up until July and of course the Portal can promote things after this as well as everywhere else online.
So don't let the deadline put you off as there's lots of leeway for advertising something online.
from Surrey, UK
| New Message Posted!2013-02-26 19:33  |
I have left this a bit late but not too late...
The Megalithic Portal is not running a hall based event this year but I hope some of you may be able to run a megalithic / prehistoric guided walk in your area for the CBA FESTIVAL OF ARCHAEOLOGY running between Saturday 13th July – Sunday 28th July 2013
(other dates around this time are OK as well I think)
Walks are quite easy and fun to organise and you should get plenty of participants thanks to the publicity from the CBA and ourselves.
Walks can be anywhere in the UK (or elsewhere come to that but they won't of course be able to go in the UK booklet)
You don't need the full schedule worked out for next week, just a start date, time and location and a brief description of where you are going to run your walk.
If you would like to run under the auspices of the Megalithic Portal Society that would be very welcome, in this case we will be pleased to provide full expenses for the organisers (details to be agreed in advance).
The CBA also offer publicity in their booklet, posters and free public liability insurance for events registered and appearing on the Festival website.
Here are the full details - if you want to run an event with the Portal then please let me know prior to submitting your event and pass the details on to me before the 4th March so I can help with the submission.
CBA FESTIVAL OF ARCHAEOLOGY
Saturday 13th July – Sunday 28th July 2013
The CBA is pleased to invite you to take part in the only annual UK‐wide celebration of archaeology! Events can
cover whatever period, topic, or theme that you feel is appropriate and can be held wherever you’d like. It is FREE to take part!
The Festival is co‐ordinated by the Council for British Archaeology (CBA) and is entirely reliant on the participation
and support of heritage groups, societies, and organisations UK-wide. Over 1000 events were organised in 2012.
Please look online at
for participation guidelines, insurance information and events
information and ideas.
Register online at
If you want to run an event under the banner of the Megalithic Portal society then please let me (Andy B) know before submitting your event and pass the details on before the 4th March so I can help with the submission.
The closing date to get into the CBA printed booklet and maximise publicity opportunities is Monday 4 March 2013
Further details can also be found at http://www.archaeologyfestival.org.uk
We hope you will join us in celebrating the Festival of Archaeology 2013 and look forward to receiving details of your events.
CBA Events Officer
[ This message was edited by: Andy B on 2013-02-26 19:48 ]