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Aims and Activities of NIAG
Established informally by 1965, the Group's activities were put on a more formal basis on 19th May 1980 with the formation of the first committee. Since its early inception, NIAG was formed to study, discover and promote Northamptonshire’s industrial archaeology.
NIAG aims to provide a forum for the exchange of information and views on industrial archaeology, to liaise with other bodies at county, regional and national level and to contribute to the management of industrial heritage in the county.
The group of over 100 members has monthly meetings October to March with visiting speakers. The summer months are covered by a programme of weekly meetings visiting sites of interest both inside and beyond the county boundary. For more details on these activities click here.
Contact details for NIAG can be found on the Contact Us page.by clicking here.
A quarterly NewsletterNewsletter keeps members informed of activities, news and provides a record of visits made.
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NIAG is a member of the East Midlands Industrial Archaeology Conference (EMIAC), which organises regular conferences on industrial heritage. Click here for more details.See the EMIAC page for more details.
The membership year runs from 1st September to 31st August. New members are always welcome to join at any time during the year. Membership subscriptions are:
- £13.60 for Individual Membership or
- £17.60 for Joint Membership - two adults at the same address.