Workshops and meetings for archaeological curators in museums in Scotland
Previously known as the Berkshire Field Research Group. Activities include various fieldwork, outings, talks, post-excavation and archive research. New members are welcome. No experience is required, and training will be given where appropriate. Current investigations include part of the Devil’s Highway, and fieldwalking and hedgerow surveying throughout Berkshire. NT monitoring has resumed, and the classification [...]
The County Society of South Yorkshire and North Derbyshire. Publishes Transactions biennially. The majority of the Society’s activities are in conjunction with professional organisations.
An active society with a comprehensive programme of lectures, outings & fieldwork. Quarterly newsletter. New members & visitors welcome.
ACE is a small club devoted to practical archaeology in all its variations in the Mid Devon Area. We have run fieldwalks, field surveys, training digs and are currently co-ordinating a landscape archaeology project on Winkleigh Parish. Our finished work covers the Mesolithic right through to a second world war airfield. We also hold field [...]
Programme of winter lectures and local field trips. Continuing survey of Avon valley and post-excavation work. Small scale rescue excavations and watching briefs. Publishes annual newsletter. An ever growing library, free to paid-up members with this and other facilities, the society gives active support to students.
The Society having dug in the Bray area of the Thames for many years has been able to assist the Oxford Archaeological Unit in their excavations at the Eton Rowing trench – see CA 148 and our members have been trowelling on the site. Members also support Slough Museum with rota of stewards and have [...]
Programme of talks and visits. Continuing action with Maidenhead Heritage Trust to establish a permanent heritage centre or town museum. Have an annual survey of a town feature, e.g. churches, pubs, etc Have an annual survey of a town feature, e.g. churches, pubs etc.
Monthly meetings between September and April – both Natural History and Archaeological. Walks and Field Trips and other related activities.
Post excavation work continues on the excavation of the medieval pottery kiln at Norlington Lane, Ringmer. Opportunities for ‘watching briefs’ for the local Planning Authorities.
Co-ordinates 20 local groups in Kent. Holds two annual conferences, two open days and publishes The Kent Archaeological Review – a quarterly journal. Some affiliated groups welcome volunteers in local excavations.
The society is very active. It runs an annual training excavation at Upper Row. We have our own geophysical survey equipment to use on local sites. Winter lectures & Summer walks & excursions.
Excavating a Saxon site in Wraysbury. Wholly voluntary group, small dig. Not suitable for students needing compulsory excavation experience. Finds are with Windsor Museum Collection.
Carries out investigations, excavations and surveys of all types of underground sites. Publishes four newsletters a year and occasional research reports. Affiliated to the Kent Archaeological Society.
Programme of lectures, guided walks and field trips. Excavations are planned.
New Group started in 2003 open to everyone (metal detectorists included). The task is to survey the parish of Lenham with field walking , geophysics and small digs. We hope to survey features in adjacent parishes as well as there is a high level of archaeology in the area which is in need of recording. [...]
Lectures, visits and a monthly newsletter, occasional journal detailing research.
Summer walks and winter talks. Members’ work published in an occasional journal. Republication of Axbridge Past and Present.
WARG, the society for Winchester archaeology and local history, promotes the study of archaeology and local history in the City of Winchester and the surrounding area, through meetings, walks, field walking, excavations, excursions and other events. It also provides work parties and other support for the Winchester Museums Service and develops training activities for volunteers
The group was established to formalise the excavation that Victor Pocock has been running for the last 20 years. The site has produced evidence from the Bronze Age to Roman period. The excavation season starts in late April and continues to early autumn. This excavation is only suitable for local volunteers as activity is intermittent [...]