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SYMPOSIUM ON SCOTTISH MINING
Posted: 24/06/2019 09:53:02
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A symposium is being held on 19th October 2019 at Leadhills. The topic is "Mining history and archaeology in Scotland: towards a research strategy" and this will be a one day conference organised by Leadhills Heritage Trust and Historic Environment Scotland.

The venue is Arms Hotel, Leadhills, South Lanarkshire and the conference will run from 10:30 to 3:30. Speakers include: Dr. John Crawford, Leadhills Heritage Trust; Dr Peter Claughton, National Association of Mining History Organisations; Dr. Miles Oglethorpe, Historic Environment Scotland; Dr Catherine Mills, University of Stirling; John Pickin, independent researcher; and Ken Ledger, Leadhills Heritage Trust.

For further information contact leadhillsconf@outlook.com.
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