Six illustrated lectures between October and March. The society assists at Crofton Roman Villa, Orpington, which is open to the public April to October. Weekend excavations. Volunteers welcome on local weekend excavations and as guides at Crofton Roman Villa.
A Previously unknown multi period site, initially uncovering an Iron Age Inner and Outer enclosure ditches with Roundhouse remains. Now revealing emerging evidence of continuous use and occupation since the last Ice Age.
Monthly meetings and summer outings.
Active amateur group. Monthly lectures, socials, excavation, processing and publications. Annual open weekend at Scadbury Moated Manor Site 9th and 10th September and at Poverest Bath House Site 15th & 16th July. Limited excavation for members and processing of finds.
Dedicated to encouraging the appreciation of archaeology and local history within North East Lincolnshire region and beyond.
Annual programme of lectures. Takes part in field work surveys. Has close links with Trust for Thanet Archaeology and helps with their finds processing.
A group based on members who attended an adult education class on the subject given by the project leader. Uses geophysical survey, fieldwalking, watching briefs, map-work, aerial archaeology and archival research in an attempt to locate vanished Roman Roads within the bounds of the present day City of Birmingham heading for the Roman Fort at [...]
Encourages and co-ordinates archaeological activity in Hampshire and in particular the participation of archaeological societies and the public.
The Sheffield Archaeological Forum is an educational society organised by the alumni of the University of Sheffield. Our aims are twofold. Firstly, to encourage a greater awareness and understanding of archaeology amongst the general public; and secondly, to encourage a reflexive approach to interpretation in archaeological circles; through the media of publication and open conferences.
Conferences, lectures and field trips.
A group committed to researching and protecting the archaeology and heritage environment of the Isle of Portland, Dorset and promoting it through education
Marlow Archaeological Society, now a registered charity, was formed in 1999 to investigate the archaeological heritage within the Thames Valley surrounding the town. Active fieldwork takes place, visits to sites, events and training in techniques all contribute to the continued success of the society.
All periods to present and all interests. Covering the South Hams District of South Devon. Annual sub ?10.00 payable to SHARG
Programme of Winter lectures and summer outings. Society includes – field walking group, civic committee and junior club amongst other activities. Provides pool of volunteers available for local digs. Provides funding and voluntary staffing for the Elgin Museum which is rich in local history and pre-history. Focal point for new finds in Moray, links to [...]
The Society owns and runs the Dorset County Museum which holds the County Archaeological Collections; provides research facilities and library; organises displays, lectures and day schools; has an active archaeological group; publicises archaeological events and excavations in its newsletter and publishes archaeological work undertaken in the county in the annual Proceedings of the Dorset Natural [...]
CBA Wessex is the regional group of the council for British Archaeology covering Wiltshire, Dorset, Hampshire, Berkshire, Isle of Wight and the Channel Islands. Please visit the web site for information on how to join and events.
Programme of lectures, visits and workshops, providing training on a variety of topics, such as archaeological recording, artefact recognition, illustration etc. Publishes a Bulletin nine times a year and an annual Journal, as well as occasional research volumes and other publications. Carries out landscape surveys, documentary research and excavation. Specialist groups with interest in industrial [...]