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- Continue to coordinate the CBA Festival of Archaeology, which provided 1,013 opportunities to learn about and participate in archaeology in 2019
- Keep 5,000 members and subscribers informed and educated about archaeology - and why it matters
- Fund our Listed Buildings Casework Team to ensure archaeology is protected with a 72% record of success in consultation responses
- Inspire children and young adults through our Young Archaeologists' Club and youth engagement partnerships, with 10,000 activity places arranged in 2019
- Campaign to protect the UK's archaeological heritage and ensure it is accessible to all
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To honor the memory of my father who was a passionate archaeologist in his retirement
Because I love archeaology and want to know more about it
An annual donation
am loving taking part in the Festival part two online events
On behalf our dear friend Anz, an avid member and supporter, as her request for her birthday gift
To support British Archaeology further as a subscribing member, and in response to the appeal in July/August magazine.
Sue Nawrocki on 27 July 2020 asked that I donate this amount to cover the international post costs that I missed in my original subscription request last month. This is my third attempt to make the donation; even with prior purchases and other actions my credit card is sensitive to any international transactions.
I thoroughly enjoyed the talks offered during the Archaeology week.
2 fascinating talks today. I’ll try to visit Sarum this summer.
Because it is the right thing to do in troubled times. You provide a valuable service -- and we love your magazine.
Long time fascination with British archaeology. The magazine is a lifeline.
The Council for British Archaeology is so important, enabling people who are not lucky enough to work in the industry to keep abreast of all the latest fascinating discoveries.
To support the work of the CBA.
The continuation of the work of the CBA is crucial in helping to safeguard the nation's archaeological heritage, and a donation is but a small expression of the recognition of their importance in this role.
Archaeology for All is the single most important phrase for heritage in these times, and will continue to be for the foreseeable future.
I love to here about discoveries in the country in which I was born, although I do not live there now.
Keep up the brilliant work
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Citizan newsletter alerted me to the publications that have been made available in lockdown and this is a mark of my appreciation of getting more interesting things to read!
Sad news. Hope this helps a little.
Thank you for looking at ways of making archaeology accessible for those of us being 'shielded' - I hope you'll be able to continue improving accessibility in the longer term, too.
I'm really intrigued by the process of discovery, so realizing that any given field in the UK might be covering lots of archaelogy.