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Sarah Maltby appears in leaders Council podcast

9th June, 2021

Sarah Maltby appears in leaders Council podcast

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York Archaeological Trust secures £1.9m Arts Council England Cultural Recovery Fund grant

2nd April, 2021

York Archaeological Trust secures £1.9m Arts Council England Cultural Recovery Fund grant

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JORVIK prepares for the world’s largest online Viking Festival

4th February, 2021

JORVIK prepares for the world’s largest online Viking Festival

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Musical coup for That JORVIK Viking Thing

8th January, 2021

Musical coup for That JORVIK Viking Thing

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That JORVIK Viking Thing for Schools

7th January, 2021

That JORVIK Viking Thing for Schools

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New JORVIK Viking ‘Thing’ planned for February 2021

4th December, 2020

New JORVIK Viking ‘Thing’ planned for February 2021

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York tourism shows signs of recovery for JORVIK attractions

14th August, 2020

York tourism shows signs of recovery for JORVIK attractions

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JORVIK Group says ‘thank you’ for National Lottery Support

30th July, 2020

JORVIK Group says ‘thank you’ for National Lottery Support

A £50,000 grant helped prepare JORVIK Viking Centre, Barley Hall and DIG with their re-opening planning and safety measures following their Covid-19 closures.

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Trading, raiding and discovery – an outward look at the Vikings for the 2020 JORVIK Viking Festival

26th November, 2019

Trading, raiding and discovery – an outward look at the Vikings for the 2020 JORVIK Viking Festival

With any talk of Vikings, their fearsome reputation as warriors is probably the first thing that springs to mind. However, this February as part of the JORVIK Viking Festival, their prowess as traders and explorers will come to the fore, and how this unique approach of trading, raiding and discovery made them one of the most influential people of the early medieval period, with assorted exploits taking them all directions of the compass.

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Major City Centre development plans launched – including a new world class Roman attraction

26th June, 2019

Major City Centre development plans launched – including a new world class Roman attraction

Ambitious proposals have been unveiled to redevelop three buildings on Rougier Street, in York City Centre, and replace them with an iconic mixed use development including a globally unique Roman visitor attraction.

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