ONLINE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING & MEMBERS’ DAY 2020

    Saturday 28th November 2020 10am – 12:30pm
    We are very pleased to be able to welcome members and non-members alike to our Online AGM. There will be talks and activities for all ages and interests.

    Download the full programme for the day here

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    *Please note that the AGM Business is closed to members only so please only register for this session is you are a current member of Archaeology Scotland. A copy of the audited accounts for 2019-20 is available here.  If you would like to join this session, it’s not too late to become a member. See our range of membership options here 

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