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.
2005 Study Conference – York. 29th March – 1st April
Publishes Transactions. Has an excursion and lecture programme of local interest.
The routine business of the Society comprises a series of (usually) 11 Winter evening lecture meetings – one of which is usually a ‘Members’ Night’. All meetings, unless otherwise indicated, are held in the Cumberland Street Day Centre, Dumfries, at 7.30 p.m. The final meeting of the Winter Session is normally held in Kirkcudbright. During [...]
Local archaeological society. Activities, excavations, fieldwork, lectures & site museum. Excavating late Iron Age settlement and Roman villa at Piddington, Northamptonshire.
Twice monthly meetings October to March. Field/hill-walking throughout the year. Summer programme of visits. Residential week. Occasional excavations.
Community group undertaking local research based fieldwork on Gloucestershire-Wiltshire border. Its aim is to involve members of the public along with Cirencester College students in archaeology either in partnership with other organisations or by organising our own research projects. These will include surveying, fieldwalking and excavation as appropriate. There are also monthly lectures on historical [...]
Programme of lectures. Produces society Transactions and other publications. Continuing survey of deserted settlements on Bute as well as other fieldwork and excavation. Website to follow this year.
Programme of evening lectures and excursions. Publishes twice yearly ‘Ayrshire Monographs’ and the journal ‘Ayrshire Notes’.
Association of those who have obtained the Certificate of Field Archaeology from Glasgow University. Field survey, no excavation. Ongoing surveys Island of Raasay and settlements in Glen Lochay Nr. Killin, Perthshire) and other parts of Scotland
A valuable database of over 55,000 field- and place-names for archaeologists and planning officers determining potential and actual sites of historic and archaeological interest
A newly formed group covering the area between the Ouse, the Wharfe and the A64. We plan a series of walks and talks with members getting involved in fieldwalking, training and ultimately a series of digs at our Knights Templar site.
We are the non-profit Loveland Archaeological Society, sponsors of the Stone Age Fair in Loveland, Colorado, a cultural institution for over 65 years that features some of the world’s foremost archaeologists as guest speakers, as well as extensive exhibits of artefacts, some never seen outside this venue. We present educational programs in schools, museums, libraries, [...]
Talks and Walks for local groups and societies. School excavations – details on request. Site reports and Specialist reports produced for small scale investigations.
Undertakes research into all aspects of the archaeology, history and environmental history of Romney Marsh and the river valleys to the west. Lectures and site visits. Publishes Romney Marsh Irregular twice yearly and monographs resulting from research. Membership ?10 per household per annum
A small group active within the Wallington Valley, to the north of Portsmouth. We are investigating the settlement pattern of the valley and hope to find archaeological dating evidence for specific sites. Our prime activities are field surveying with small scale excavations. New members welcome.
The Society aims to offer at least five lectures a year on subjects related to Egypt and its history and archaeology between October and June. Lectures are held in the Department of Archaeology, University of Bristol, 43 Woodland Road, Clifton, starting at 18.45 (doors open at 18.15), followed by an informal gathering over a glass [...]
The Carmarthenshire Antiquarian Society was founded in 1905 and is one of the foremost County antiquarian societies in Wales. From its inception the founding members saw a need to record, publish and collect all things relating to the history, antiquities and natural history of ‘Carmarthenshire in particular, and West Wales in general’. This philosophy has [...]