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Report on Canons Ashby visit

A very successful outing, Mike Sasse reports on the Group's visit to Canons Ashby House, with photos by Dave Miller and Mike Sasse

Added by SIG: Archaeology and Heritage on 12 Sep 2015

Heritage Open Days 2015

Photographers, take your pick! England’s biggest heritage festival kicks off with hundreds of new events at some of the country’s most iconic buildings. Families can join archaeological excavations in Oxford, strut their stuff at a silent disco on Hastings Pier or learn to clog dance in Blackburn.

Added by SIG: Archaeology and Heritage on 10 Sep 2015

Ancient Heritage Sites with John McDermott

Interview with award-winning photographer John McDermott about heritage photography in Angkor Wat

Added by SIG: Archaeology and Heritage on 09 Sep 2015

Submission guidelines for Heritage Photography

Eric Houlder, editor of the A&H Group newsletter, gives tips on how to submit material for Heritage Photography.

Added by SIG: Archaeology and Heritage on 19 Aug 2015

The early English manor house

Mike Sasse writes about the fascinating story and heritage of the early English manor house

Added by SIG: Archaeology and Heritage on 09 Aug 2015

Visit to Lacock Abbey with A&H group

A very successful social day out in Wiltshire, we had a chance to take photographs and visit three exhibitions: Platinum; Lacock and Magna Carta and Travel Photographer of the Year.

Added by SIG: Archaeology and Heritage on 10 Jul 2015

Preserved for Posterity

Mike Sasse writes about England’s Open-Air Museums.

Added by SIG: Archaeology and Heritage on 02 Jul 2015

Photography for Archaeologists

In this day-course you will learn how to shoot every type of archaeological feature from structures to pits, burials to boats, and everything in between.

Added by SIG: Archaeology and Heritage on 31 May 2015

Brooklands Museum A&H Group Outing

Brooklands, the British birthplace of both motor racing and aviation. Mike Sasse reports on the Archaeology & Heritage group visit to Brooklands Museum on 22 April 2015

Added by SIG: Archaeology and Heritage on 24 May 2015

City of London Churches

Relatively few churches were built in England in the second half of the 17th century, but the City of London is a notable exception due to the hand of fate. Mike Sasse reports on the A&H Group monthly visit.

Added by SIG: Archaeology and Heritage on 21 May 2015