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Council Meeting Summary – February 2016

Council Meetings are held 3 times per year usually in February, June and October with our AGM usually being during our Annual Conference.  Members of Council can be found on

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Best Creative Reuse Awards – 2015

The Association for Industrial Archaeology celebrated the European Industrial and Technical Heritage Year 2015 with the launch of the AIA Creative Re-use Award. The awards were announced by AIA Chairman Keith

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IA Review – Abstract of Volume 37 No 2 November 2015

AIA Members and others with a subscription may read the full articles online at: T & F Online THE ROLT MEMORIAL LECTURE 2012: INDUSTRIAL HERITAGE AT RISK by Shane Gould This

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TICCIH UK – National Report 2015

1. The United Kingdom comprises the three countries that form Great Britain – England, Wales and Scotland- plus the six counties of Northern Ireland. Most cultural, economic and planning matters

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Council Meeting Summary – October 2015

Council Meetings are held 3 times per year usually in February, June and October with our AGM usually being during our Annual Conference.  Members of Council can be found on

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IA Review – Abstract of Volume 37 No 1 May 2015

Obituary – Sonia Rolt OBE FSA 1919 – 2014 Sir Neil Cossons Rosia Montana, Romania: Industrial Heritage in Situ, between Preservation, Controversy and Cultural Recognition FLORENTINA-CRISTINA MERCIU, ANDREEA-LORETA CERCLEUX &

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A Priceless but Vulnerable Asset

Valuing and Sustaining Britain’s Industrial Heritage By Dr Michael Nevell, MCIfA, FSA AIA Vice Chairman Co-Editor of Industrial Archaeology Review Head of Archaeology, School of Environmental & Life Sciences, University

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Cellular Mobile Communications Heritage

The following article appeared in I A News 174, Autumn 2015, but regrettably with not all its illustrations. These are correctly included here with apologies to Andy Sutton. It’s just

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2014 AIA AWARDS

The 2014 prize winners receiving their awards: From left to right:Colin Bower, Roggins Local History Society (unfunded Archaeological Award); David de Haan, Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust (Joint winner, funded Archaeological

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Lime in Historic Landscapes and Buildings

11-12 April 2014 The 2014 Weekend was based at the historic limeworks at Llanymynech in Shropshire near the Welsh border, with its Hoffman-style kiln, incline, quarry, canal and railway. All