Le sel: histoire, patrimone et tourisme

Andrew Fielding will give a presentation via Skype to the International Symposium being held in  Saline royale d’Arc-et-Senans, France, 5 - 6 April, 2018.



TERRA SALINA

INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM

On Thursday 15 August 2013, Ecosal-UK was incorporated as a not-for-profit company limited by guarantee, registered in England No. 08652326 so that it can take the lead role in studying and promoting the salt heritage of the UK. ECOSAL-UK will be a legacy of the Ecosal-Atlantis project which has also created a heritage route for salt making along the Atlantic coast of Europe. This will be known as Traditional Salt Making - the Atlantic Route.

The First National Organisation in the UK for the Study and Preservation of Historic Salt Making and its Associated Culture

Created through participation in the

EU funded Ecosal-Atlantis project

Launch of

ECOSAL-UK

NEWS

NEWCOMEN SOCIETY

NORTHWEST BRANCH


One Day Conference

Salt Making in Cheshire

The Northwest Branch of the Newcomen Society will be holding a one day conference at the Lion Salt Works, Northwich, Cheshire on 20 October, 2018.

Andrew Fielding will give a presentation about the development of white salt production in Cheshire.

SALTCOTE

The newsletter of Ecosal-UK and the

UK Salt Network

Please follow the Ecosal-UK Blog, Facebook and Twitter feeds for updates to news and events and links to other salt heritage news from UK and overseas.


https://www.facebook.com/ecosaluk/


https://twitter.com/Ecosal_UK


http://ecosaluk.blogspot.co.uk/


SMALL RESEARCH GRANT AWARD FROM AIA


CROSSCANNONBY SALT PAN

Andrew Fielding of Ecosal-UK has been awarded a grant from the  Association for industrial archaeology to carry out a survey at the Crosscanonby Salt Pans, Allonby Bay, Cumbria. Work to be carried out 2020 - 2021.

New structures were revealed after storm action in early 2020 that provide evidence for a sump system drawing sea water under the sand to the salt pans.