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WE ARE NOT CURRENTLY
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ACCEPTING NEW MEMBERS
We are currently recording and cataloging the
large amount of finds from our excavation of the
kiln at Lazencroft and writing the report. As such
we are not currently accepting new members,
please watch the website for updates.
Leeds Archaeology
Leeds Archaeological Fieldwork Society was created in 2005 and is an active and friendly group committed to learning more about the rich and varied archaeological heritage of Leeds and has already uncovered some notable discoveries. We have an ongoing calendar of excavations, fieldwalking and excursions for all members.
We have recently concluded an excavation at the site of John Smeatons windmill where we have found the well preserved base of the mill. John Smeaton ( 1724 - 1792 ) is often regarded as the "father of civil engineering".

 

 
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