WYASWest Yorkshire Archive Service (UK)
WYASWest Yorkshire Archaeology Service (England, UK)
WYASWest Yorkshire Astronomical Society (UK)
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(21.) West Yorkshire Archive Service Calderdale (Halifax), Ancient and Noble Order of Oddfellows, Bolton Unity Halifax District Records, TU/9 [from here: WYAS TU/9], item 88 "Crown Lodge #2, Minutes and fines book," June 1874.
A portable building has also been brought to the digging site, Archaeologists at WYAS have been granted permission from the Government and Kirklees Council to dig three trenches over the next four weeks.
Last night V2002 organisers said: 'Due to their vast experience of working on many festivals and events including V, WYAS are recognised by the industry as one of the leading providers of medical cover for large outdoor events.
WYAS posters at the site explain: "The intention is to determine the extent and significance of archaeological deposits in an area that became, in the early 19th century, the site of a tavern with extensive outbuildings, paddocks and gardens, and in the mid-19th century, the location of a hotel.
Clr Andrew Pinnock, of Kirklees, who serves on of the Archives, Archaeology and Trading Standards Committee, said: 'It is a tremendous honour to once again have a WYAS collection receive an award from such a widely respected international body as Unesco.
There is a document listing all WW1 related documents held by WYAS and is available to anyone wanting to conduct research.
They especially thank the WYAS motorcycle team, which marshalled the route.
Sam Harrison, project archaeologist from the West Yorkshire Archaeological Services (WYAS) said they had identified a previous agricultural system and also possible ditches that may have been additional defensive earthworks.
West Yorkshire Archive Service (WYAS) wants your pictures of the torch for the Big Olympic Torch Archive, whether they were taken on a professional camera or a mobile phone.
Louise Mattin, project manager of the Archeological Services WYAS was a very good speaker explaining the project well and her colleague David Williams demonstrated in detail the space-age technology of survey, engaging members of the public in it and showing well prepared drawings and sketches.
Sam Harrison, project archaeologist from the West Yorkshire Archaeological Services (WYAS) said: "In the last few weeks we have been undertaking a magnetometer and earth resistance surveys of the fort and the surrounding land.