In September, October, and November 2021 I will be teaching three archaeology adult education classes. Firstly, in the latest series of my tours of the industrial archaeology remains of North West England, I’ll be talking about the Industrial Archaeology of Cumbria. This will be an online course run by the Workers Education Association. Secondly, I’ll also be running a couple of face-to-face courses for the first time since February 2020, COVID conditions permitting. These are being run through MANCENT, the Manchester Continuing Education Network, and will be based in Altrincham and Salford. Details of all three courses and how to book can be found here:
The Industrial Archaeology of Cumbria Ref: C3846178 – Five Sessions, starts 05/10/2021, 7pm-9pm.
Sign up using this link: https://enrolonline.wea.org.uk/Online/2021/CourseInfo.aspx?r=C3846178
Saving a Revolution: The Industrial World Heritage Sites of England & Wales. 6 October to 10 November (Half-term is 27 October) Wednesday, 5 weeks. 7pm to 9pm. South Trafford Archaeological Group Display Centre, Timperley Old Hall Gold Course, Altrincham.
An Archaeology of Britain. Part 1 – Foundations (Ice Age to the Eve of the Romans). 29 September to 10 November (Half-term is 27 October) Wednesday, 6 weeks. 12.30pm to 2.30pm. The Angel Centre, Crescent, Salford.
Email m.d.nevell:@salford.ac.uk for an enrolment form or sign up on the first night. For further details of these two courses follow this link: MANCENT http://mancent.org.uk/