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2016 Conference announced

Telford Conference, 9-14 September 2016 Next year’s conference will be held in Telford at the University of Wolverhampton campus, renewing the AIA’s longstanding engagement with the Ironbridge Gorge. Full details

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Successful and stimulating 2015 Conference

In September 2015 members enjoyed a very successful, enjoyable and thought provoking Conference at Sussex University ably organised by a team from Sussex Industrial Archaeology Society. The Friday Seminar “A priceless

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STICK Conference 2015 : Collecting Steam

Conference programme can be viewed at http://www.stickssn.org/site/media/Conference%202015/STICK%20Conference%202015%20PROG%20updated.pdf There is an entry fee of £10 per person (£5 concession) to be paid at the door. Reserve your place through Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/stick-conference-2015-collecting-steam-tickets-18650212287

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2015 AIA Awards

The 2015 Award Winners receive their awards at the Annual Conference in Brighton. They are, from left to right, Lynne Pearson, Peter Neaverson Award for Outstanding Scholarship in Industrial Archaeology;

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The Atlanterra Project

A full report on this important project is here.

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New AIA Award

A new award has been instigated for the Best Adaptive Reuse of an Industrial Building. Full details are on the Awards pages.  

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Sussex Conference 2015

Details and a booking form for the 2015 Conference in Brighton are now available on-line. Click here.

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The AIA has money to give away

Could your organisation or project benefit? Applicants are sought for the £500 Dorothea Award for Conservation. See our Awards page for more information. Since 2009 AIA has allocated £250,000 in

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Past Conference Tour Notes

Tour notes for previous Conferences are now available on-line

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Restoration Grants Increased

The maximum grant has been increased to £20,000 and we are keen to receive applications for grants. Grants awarded to date amount to£250,000. Click here for details of previous recipients.