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The Young Archaeologists' Club began its long and happy life way back in 1972. In those days it was called Young Rescue and was set up by Kate Pretty and Mike Corbishley. Club membership grew and grew until it got so big that Kate and Mike decided that it would be a good idea to hand Club over to a larger organisation. The York Archaeological Trust looked after if for a little while but it was eventually decided to pass it on to a charity called the Council for British Archaeology (CBA).
By the time the CBA took it over, the Club had changed its name to the Young Archaeologists' Club and had seven branches across the UK. The Club now has over 60 local branches across the United Kingdom and over 3,000 members.
The club is for 8 to 15 year olds.
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Are there any costs to the user for your service?
Under 8 supporters - £9.50
Age 8 to 16 - £12
Up to 5 children in one family - £15
Family membership, (2 adult memberships to CBA and children's membership to YAC) - £40