Programme of meetings during the year. Publishes newsletters, various archaeology and local history projects.
Group of freelance archaeologists and enthusiasts seeking to discover more of the history within the region in which they live. Investigates selected archaeological sites and themes in an area contiguous with the East Hampshire and West Sussex border. Concentrates on field reconnaissance, archive and survey work.
Two new sites given SMR numbers in Larne Area through our work over the past two years. An Iron Age Hillfort and an early Christian Rath. Three other sites still on- going which may or may not be given SMR numbers in the near future.
Programme of lectures and meetings. Publishes quarterly newsletter. Carries out excavations, field walking and research. Publishes Summer and Winter Journals. Open Days at excavation site.
Programme of lectures and excursions. Publishes ‘Archaeologia Cantiana’ and records and research reports. Members’ library. Runs a training excavation.
Active fieldwork survey programme & geophysics. Major joint project with local history society researching medieval Berwick. Monthly guest lectures. Well resourced by recent lottery grant.
Publishes two newsletters in spring and autumn. Conference in autumn. Provides grants for archaeological work and projects. Active in respect of archaeological issues of public concern.
Provides a series of winter lectures, and organises visits to archaeological sites and historic buildings. Also supports the Canterbury Archaeological Trust. Offers grants towards publication of research and writing up of history of local area. Published two Millennium lectures. Publishes histories of Canterbury almshouses and William Urry lectures on Thomas Becket.
Planning a survey of pre-1870 buildings still surviving in the City, especially in the suburbs.
Founded in 1933, formerly the Sheffield Trades Historical Society. Monthly lecture programme and summer visits. Publishes: Journal (1,1998, 2, 2001, 3, 2004); Guide to the Industrial Archaeology of South Yorkshire, 1995; Water Power on the Sheffield Rivers, 1989 (new edition in preparation). Interests: local history and archaeology of industry. Field Recording Group contributes to various [...]
Organising an excavation of a multiperiod site at Kingsdale Head, Thornton in Lonsdale, June 11th – June 29th 2006
During 2006 we are working with the University of Sussex on the on-going excavation of Barcombe Roman Villa, as well as undertaking a number of other projects. There are opportunities for members to participate in excavation and survey work at weekends.
Aims to support the Trust financially and practically. Makes grants in support of Trust activities. Opportunities for Friends to help with finds processing and sometimes at Trust excavations. Programme of lectures, visits and annual short holiday. Access to specialist library for Friends. Publishes three newsletters a year.
The Wolverhampton Archaeology Group seeks to promote the practice of field archaeology in and around the City of Wolverhampton. Regular meetings with invited speakers are held and field archaeology projects are undertaken.
We are a society which promotes archaeology in Chichester and the surrounding district. We meet monthly in Chichester for lectures on relevant topics, and arrange walks and outings to places of archaeological interest. We have a growing programme of field surveys and small-scale excavations in the area, working with district harbour authorities and others. See [...]
The Field Group of the Society is active across the whole range of archaeological field work, including earthwork and geophysical surveys, excavations, fieldwalking as well as organising training sessions on finds drawing, desk top research, EDM work plus lectures and site visits. The Society publishes the Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine which aims to [...]
Maidstone Area Archaeological Group
History, Heritage, Archaeology and Conservation Association. Formed in May 2002. Objectives are to undertake documentary and archaeology research and record the results authoritatively; ensure that local buildings and objects of historical significance are preserved or protected; and take an active part in all matters of an historical or archaeological nature in Christchurch. Having been granted [...]