The Lost Kingdom of Elmet

Castle Hill Almondbury (West Yorkshire UK)

Castle Hill Almondbury (West Yorkshire UK)

For some time now I have been doing a talk about The Lost Kingdom of Elmet – one of the many small British principalities which sprang up after the collapse of Roman rule in Britain.  If you are interested in booking this talk for your organization, full details are available by clicking on the link below.

 The Lost Kingdom of Elmet

The Lost Kingdom of Elmet is only one of several talks available through Heritage Education. For a full list, click here.

14th of October: The lost kingdom of Elmet

Castle Hill Almondbury (West Yorkshire UK)

Castle Hill Almondbury (West Yorkshire UK)

On the 14th of October I shall be talking to the Hebden Bridge Local History Society about the lost Kingdom of Elmet. This was a small British Kingdom which emerged after the collapse of Roman rule in the area which is now West Yorkshire. Only a few tantalizing scraps of evidence have survived but a close examination can throw some light onto this shadowy part of northern history.

Venue: Methodist Church, Bridge Lanes, Hebden Bridge HX7 6EU

Start time: 7.30 pm

Cost: £3

For further details, click here to go to the Hebden Bridge Local History Society website.

The lost kingdom of Elmet: Tuesday 7th January 2014

 

Castle Hill Almondbury (West Yorkshire UK)

Castle Hill Almondbury (West Yorkshire UK)

On the evening of the 7th of January I shall be presenting a new talk to the John Wheelwright Archaeological Society. The subject of this fully illustrated talk is The Lost Kingdom of Elmet and deals with West Yorkshire during the 5th and 6th-centuries AD. The society meets at Knowl Club (17 Knowl Rd, Mirfield, West Yorkshire WF14 8DQ). The meeting starts at 8.00. All are welcome.

The Lost Kingdom of Elmet is just one of several walks and talks I can offer to local groups.

To see a list of guided walks click here.

For more information about talks, click here.