Monthly meetings with a programme of visiting lecturers and visits. Archaeological excavations, fieldwalking and surveys.
The Belfast Naturalists Field Club provides an ideal focal point for amateurs and professionals interested in the natural sciences, the built environment and their histories. It has Archaeology, Botany, Geology and Zoology sections, open to all members. Activities cover the whole of Northern Ireland, not just Belfast and its environs. You do not need to [...]
A forum for communication between members of the Association who represent the majority of Scotland’s local authorities.
Appleby Archaeological Group
An archaeological society focusing on promoting the study of archaeology in Sussex. Set up by students with a diverse membership including professional archaeologists, students and non-students. Newsletter produced for members 4 times a year, members encouraged to submit articles; Winter Lecture series runs from October to May; Fieldwork opportunities publicised to members as/when available
The Hampshire and Wight Trust for Maritime Archaeology promotes interest, research and knowledge of maritime archaeology and heritage in Great Britain with core activities concentrated in the counties of Hampshire, the Isle of Wight and the adjacent South Coast areas. The Trust runs a programme of research led fieldwork involving professional archaeologists, volunteers and students. [...]
Activity and lecture driven society, looking specifically at the archaeology of the Benthams’ and surrounding parishes in North Yorkshire and Lancashire. Members aim to go field walking, archaeological tours, as well as excavation training leading to participation in archaeological excavations.
The Friends are a local archaeology society who organise lectures, events, excavations, survey and research work to support and encourage community involvement in the archaeology of Sandwell Borough. Public excavations held in Wednesbury and meetings on last Monday of each month at West Bromwich Medieval Manor House.
PFAG is a group of enthusiasts in Warrington, who spend time at weekends undertaking practical field archaeology. Previous excavations include a 17th century Quaker farmhouse at Frandley, and have just excavated an underground pump room at Walton Hall, Walton Gardens. We also have an evening meeting once a month. We are negotiating a new project [...]
Founded to excavate and research Roman Bathhouse and Villa in Ise valley, Northants. Continuing to dig with many years of work ahead. Early Christian font/tank found in the 1999/2000 season.
SCOLA covers all Greater London.
All year round upland survey, arable fieldwalking, rescue and research excavation, museum post excavation work, displays, lectures, demonstration events, handling collection, Young Archaeologists Club. Specific area of fieldwork is Clydesdale and Tweedsdale, all voluntary, new members welcome.
The aims and objectives of the society are the study of the industrial history and archaeology of this north-east corner of Derbyshire, an area with a very long and strong heritage of manufacturing industry, from paper products and ceramics through to heavy engineering, An area where waterpower and coal provided the energy, and where turnpike [...]
Rural area between Wetherby and Tadcaster. Membership open to all adults. currently investigating multi-period site at Baoston spa, particularly prehistoric flint industry and ceremonial pits.
The trust conducts original research into the prehistoric, Roman and industrial archaeology of the district. Occasional lectures and tours of local sites. Publications The Prehistory of Saddleworth by Dr P W B Stonehouse and Roman Saddleworth by Ken Booth. Both available from Saddleworth Museum, 01457 874093. Forthcoming publication The Industrial Archaeology of Saddleworth.
Dean & Chepstow YAC will be restarted and based at Cinderbury Iron Age Experience, Clearwell, Forest of Dean. Please check website for details.
An active amateur organisation based in the Milton Keynes area. Aims to provide a forum and focal point for people interested in archaeology, and to broaden the popularity of archaeology by arranging talks and lectures, as well as increasing the known archaeology of Milton Keynes by carrying out practical work such as digs and field [...]
Arkwright’s Cromford Mill was the world’s first successful water-powered cotton spinning mill. The Arkwright Society, a registered charity, is involved in a major restoration programme. Guided tours, shops, restaurant, offices
An amateur group dedicated to preserving the archaeology of the area, sited near the cromerian age bytham river (put river name into the Google search engine and look for hinckley, and put our group heading into Google for our other site). The aim is to obtain a museum in the village to display the artefacts.