Still a work in progress, but already very cosy!
- About CLASP
- JOIN US!
- MEMBERS’ AREA
This website has just been upgraded to new a server so we could add an SSL Certificate. That means we are now operating at the industry-standard levels of security. That annoying “Not secure” has vanished from the URL search bar, and people submitting their Membership Application form will no longer be warned that they should not do so because “the site is not secure”.
Onwards and upwards.
We’re still assessing interest in a “100 Club” to help find CLASP. Make a modest payment monthly and stand to win in the monthly draw!
Have a read of the details below and email Rob Close if you are interested (there’s an email link on the details page).
Excavation Open Day on Saturday 18th May 10am-3pm at Mill Common, Huntingdon
Mill Common, Huntindon (opposite Huntingdon bus station)
* Please note there is no parking available on site.
As part of Highways England’
scheme, there is an open day for members of the public to see an ongoing
archaeological excavation taking place at Mill Common in Huntingdon.
There will be free guided tours every 30 minutes from 10am-12pm and from
1pm-2:30pm. This is a chance to see finds from the excavation, meet some
of the archaeologists and find out more about the excavations along the
A14. For more information, please see the attached poster.
I know this a bore but …
Some post-by-email subscribers are not receiving the emails they subscribed for. So PLEASE reply to the email of this post with “Yes”, or “Received” or whatever. Then I’ll learn the extent of the problem.
Jeremy Cooper (CLASP Webmaster)
CLASP is thinking of starting a ‘100 Club’ to help raise funds.
CLASP now has an online membership/donations form.
Details are provided of how to pay by BACs or by cheque. Other online payment options are under consideration.
Try it out by joining CLASP and/or making a donation!
The CLASP Trustees are considering starting a CLASP “100 Club” to help fund the new Field Centre. If you think you might be interested in participating, you can find full details of the proposal here:
We’d welcome your thoughts.
We are transferring the furniture into the new Field Centre from Daventry Library on 8th May.
Help is required to load and unload the items and also cleaning the new premises. Could those willing to assist please email Dave Hayward on:-
You will then be allocated to the Library or Farm working parties to ensure that we get a balance of numbers.