Programme of monthly meetings and lectures. Continuing watching briefs on development sites. Member of West Lancashire Environmental Network and represented on W. Lancashire Conservation Areas Advisory Panel. Contributor to West Lancs. Local Agenda 21.
The Architectural and Archaeological Society of Durham and Northumberland welcomes all those interested in the history, architecture and archaeology of the region. It organises a programme of lectures, guided excursions and fieldwork days. Publications include the Durham Archaeological Journal and a series of research reports.
Essex Archaeological and Historical Congress was founded in 1964 to bring together all the organisations in the county interested in archaeology, local history, family history and civic life. Today Essex Congress has nearly 100 member groups and actively promotes awareness and study of the rich heritage of the county.
Monthly meetings to investigate new or inadequately recorded archaeological sites in Herefordshire and neighbouring counties. A twice yearly newsletter is published with news and events. Also publishes an annual journal recording the results of investigations & carries out documentary research.
Currently working on Fisthotft ‘Big Dig’ see website for details
The Royal Institution of Cornwall runs this independent museum with a successful schools service and reference library. The museum has a permanent display on the history of Cornwall from the Prehistoric to the present day as well as the natural history of Cornwall, a world famous collection of minerals and a pre-eminent collections of ceramics [...]
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 [...]
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.
Runs Shaftesbury Museum. Field walking, surveying and craft demonstrations. Small excavations carried out intermittently.
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 [...]
Lectures on local and national archaeology and history on every Wednesday except the 3rd Wednesday of every month October – April. Annual visits 3 times a year to sites of historic and archaeological interest.
Programme of lectures from October to April. Outings. Publishes autumn news sheet and spring magazine. Monitors planning applications.
Programme of monthly lectures from September to April and outing in the summer. Biennial production of Ryedale Historian. Recently combined with Ryedale Vernacular Buildings Group. Possible research of Roman sites at Blansby Park, north of Pickering during the summer.
The 2005 season concluded the examination of the Neolithic and Bronze Age ritual burial complex at Trostrey Castle near Usk. Found below this were rectangular Neolithic houses. This project is now being written up and it is hoped that work will start on a new site in 2006.
Programme of winter lectures and summer outings. Publishes a newsletter twice a year, and Transactions.
Programme of 8 lectures October to May and summer visits. Publishes newsletter and journal. The Society was formed in 1888, and is a charitable organisation whose aim is to promote the Local History and Archaeology of the district and to secure the preservation of historic buildings.
The Federation for Ulster Local Studies was established in 1975 to assist local history groups throughout the province in developing their skills and building knowledge of their locality’s past. Since that time it has blossomed into one of the largest bodies of its kind and now provides help and advice to just under 100 groups [...]
Programme of lectures, visits, fieldwalking surveys and watching briefs. Publishes annual journal the Rutland Record.
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.