Safeguarding a Revolution

The Industrial World Heritage Sites of England & Wales.

Message from  Mike Nevell: 

Looking at the way the restrictions are going to unwind (or not), I would like to delay my STAG course further to September, please. This is a course I would really like to teach in person rather than online (which I’m doing a lot of at the moment) and clearly, an April start won’t be possible.

Mike Nevell

This introductory archaeology course will study those internationally important industrial heritage sites in England and Wales which are classified as World Heritage Sites. Over 5 weeks the course will look at the Derwent Valley Textile Mills; Ironbridge; the Liverpool Waterfront; Blaenavon ironworks and the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct; Saltaire textile village and the Cornish & West Devon Mining Landscape. The course will also include an overview of all the 30 World Heritage Sites in the UK and their international context, as well as some of the threats posed to the future of these sites from climate change and redevelopment.

Day:  Wednesdays         Time: 19.00-21.00 


START DATEPlease note, Mike Nevell’s message above. We hope to offer this course in the autumn. 

Please note: this is a face-to-face course.

VENUE:
South Trafford Archaeology Group Headquarters
(http://www.stag-archaeology.uk)
Behind the old Hall, Altrincham Golf course,
Stockport Road, Timperley,
Altrincham,
WA15 7LP

Price for the Series: 

Price Concessions Minimum No. Maximum No.
£45 6 15

Please contact: Dr. Mike Nevell, 3 Baxter Road, Sale, Cheshire, M33 3AJ
email: m.d.nevell@salford.ac.uk

Adult Education in Manchester and Cheshire