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.
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 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.
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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.
Andrew Fielding and Tom Lane recorded presentations for inclusion in the on-line version of the Scottish Salt Seminar, which includes recordings of the in-person presentations given by other speakers.