Links

National and regional organisations who either work closely with NEVAG and/or whose interests we share.

Vernacular Architecture Group                                                                                        The national and international organisation for all those interested in lesser traditional buildings:
http://www.vag.org.uk/

Architectural and Archaeological Society of Durham and Northumberland
Based in Durham, but with interests throughout the region, it aims to provide an opportunity for all those interested in archaeology and architectural history to find out more, visit places of interest and experience hands on activities:
http://www.aasdn.org.uk/home.html

Cumbria Vernacular Buildings Group
The equivalent of NEVAG in Cumbria:
http://www.cvbg.co.uk/

Yorkshire Vernacular Buildings Study Group
The equivalent of NEVAG in Yorkshire:
http://www.yvbsg.org.uk/index.html

Northern  Architectural History Society
Aims to encourage the study and enjoyment of architecture, buildings, their contents and settings:
http://www.northernarchitecturalhistory.org.uk/

Society of Antiquaries of Newcastle upon Tyne
Promotes the preservation, study and enjoyment of historical and archaeological heritage in general, and of the North East of England in particular:
http://www.newcastle-antiquaries.org.uk/

County Durham History and Heritage Forum
A voluntary association of local history groups, heritage organisations and individuals interested in the history and heritage of County Durham:
http://www.durhamweb.org.uk/historyforum/

Fitzhugh Library                                                                                                                                  Free library based in Middleton-in-Teesdale, which collects County Durham local history material. Website allows detailed searches of a large collection of printed material, photos, and newspaper cuttings:
http://www.thefitzhughlibrary.co.uk/

Building Archaeology Research Database (BARD)
Database whose purpose is to develop the age estimation of timber-framed and brick buildings, by sharing research:
http://www.buildingarchaeology.com/

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