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    Brexit – Implications for the Environment on the island of Ireland

    Friday 16th June
    Crowne Plaza Hotel, Dundalk
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    Social Investment Clinic

    Tuesday 20th June
    Linen Hall Library, Belfast
    Free

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    Developing a Legacy Fundraising Marketing Strategy

    Thursday 22nd June
    Clifton House, Belfast
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    Sustainability and Planning for the Future

    Tuesday 27th June
    Ranfurly House, Tower Room, Dungannon
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    Centre for Archaeological Fieldwork

    The Centre for Archaeological Fieldwork (CAF) was established in 2002 following a successful competitive tender to undertake the fieldwork requirements of the Northern Ireland Environment Agency: Built Heritage. While the CAF have undertaken a number of select fieldwork and post-excavation projects as a consultancy, the vast majority of its work remains that commissioned by NIEA: Built Heritage.
    The primary aim of the CAF is to record the past, and its staff employ a variety of techniques to achieve this objective. Excavation, planning, site photography, topographic survey and the archiving of finds allows comprehensive DSRs (Data Structure Reports) to be compiled for each fieldwork project. It is also a key aim of the CAF that the results obtained through our fieldwork are disseminated to the public, through general-reader texts and academic publications, and by lectures to local historical groups and learned bodies.

    School of Archaeology and Palaeoecology
    Queen's University Belfast
    Belfast
    BT7 1NN
    www.qub.ac.uk/schools/CentreforArchaeologicalFieldworkCAF
    c.j.donnelly@qub.ac.uk
    028 9097 3845

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