A Neolithic Salt Production Site at Street House, Loftus, North-East Yorkshire

Trinity Centre, Main Hall, North Ormesby, Middlesbrough TS3 6LD and Loftus Town Hall TS13 4HG

Royal Archaeological Institute and Tees Heritage Trust Joint Conference

A conference will be held in the autumn of 2024 to present the evidence for the Early Neolithic salt
production site at Street House, near Loftus. The site was discovered in 2014 during a programme of
excavations. It is the only currently known salt ‘factory’ in Britain and the earliest known saltern in Western
Europe. This is the first presentation of detailed information on the site including an Early Neolithic pottery
type-series and the largest assemblage of Carinated Bowls found in the north of England. 

Conference fee: £65.00 per person (early bird bookings, January–28 June); £80.00 per person (29 June–23 August) The fee includes: Friday evening buffet and Sunday late afternoon salad buffet, Saturday and Sunday buffet lunch and return transport between Middlesbrough and Loftus on Sunday.  

Booking through Tees Heritage Trust: The conference programme can be downloaded below. The registration form, FAQs sheet and the conference programme can be downloaded from Tees Heritage Trust’s website https://teesheritage.org.uk/neolithic-salt-conference-2024/ or email: conference@teesheritage.org.uk

Neolithic salt production site conference



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