Royal Asiatic Society
The Friends of Jewry Wall Museum was formed in September 2004 in response to drastic cuts in opening hours of the archaeology museum. Recent changes in council policy have improved the opening hours to Saturday, Sunday and school holidays (except December). The main aim of the Friends is to keep the museum open to the [...]
Archaeology in Marlow was set up to research and investigate the archaeology, pre-history and early history in Marlow. We organise talks and carry out fieldwork and encourage everyone to get involved through our newsletter.
A multi-disciplinary research group formed to bring together interested groups, societies, institutions and individuals who have an interest in the vernacular buildings of Ryedale, North Yorkshire, and in particular the building stones and source quarries.
Programme of monthly talks and visits with a strong emphasis on local history and archaeology.
Programme of lectures. Hoping to organise more archaeology in Ewell in next few years. The society is for archaeology, history and conservation in the Epsom and Ewell District.
Aims to conserve and if possible put on public display the Roman ironworks site in Beauport Park.
Lectures, visits May- September
Programme of lectures, October to April, summer visits by coach to various archaeological sites of interest. Publishes regular newsletters. Field Unite engaged in year round activities with the National Trust, and English Heritage, in various locations throughout West Sussex. We also work closely with Worthing Museum, which is our base, and where some of our [...]
Promotes interest and expertise in Irish Post-Medieval Archaeology. Annual conference. Annual Subscription ?10 or E16
Meetings with short talks and lectures. Publishes newsletters and an annual bulletin. Fieldwork and limited excavation during the winter. Winter meeting end of Jan/ Feb – lecture & tea. Summer AGM, lecture and visit in July.
Programme of lectures and outings. Carries out watching briefs and intermittent excavations.
Runs Shaftesbury Museum. Field walking, surveying and craft demonstrations. Small excavations carried out intermittently.
Holds monthly lectures September to June. Publishes ‘Look back at Andover’ annually.
The Society was founded in 2000 to investigate finds that had resulted from field walking on the south side of the Burton Hills in South Warwickshire. A combination of aerial photography geophysics and field walking has revealed a large dispersed multi period settlement. The first site excavated and now closed revealed a large RB aisled [...]
Programme of lectures and talks. Collating references to Roman road alignments reported in and around Hampshire. Rescue excavations from time to time. Annual training excavations when possible. Local History projects also in progress. Currently excavations on the Roman Road Winchester – London every Bank Holiday weekend from Easter to August, plus a training course.
Probably Britain’s largest archaeological society, owns and operates no less than 6 museums/historic properties. Publishes three newsletters and a journal each year. Has an excellent library. Fieldwork for 2006 being planned on post-medieval site at Tide Mills, Newhaven, East Sussex. Opportunities for volunteers – free to members.