Programme of monthly lectures during winter and visits. Survey and exploratory work on a possible Romano-British site. Visits, and social activities during the summer months. Lectures held at Farmers Arms, Knights Hill Hotel, South Wootton, King’s Lynn.
Working in caves beneath the Broadmarsh Centre not previously cleared, in order to extend public access.
Annual journal, lectures, walks and conferences. Newsletter 3 times a year
Programme of lectures, guided walks and field trips. Excavations are planned.
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, usually 2nd Saturday of each month, covering a wide range of historical and archaeological activities. Quarterly newsletter.
Programme of monthly lectures October to April. Also carries out fieldwork survey projects and watching briefs on developments.
Excavations, Fieldwalking, Geophysical surveys, winter lecture programme, Young Archaeologist’s Club, excursions. Winner, Pitt Rivers Award 2000 for the St Aidan’s sunken ship project.
Council for British Archaeology regional group covering North-East and North-West England. Produces a twice yearly journal and organises spring and autumn conferences with occasional special events.
Programme of outings. Visits to current sites. Contribute towards publication costs of CAT’s annual magazine, ‘The Colchester Archaeologist’.
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Monthly meetings with guest speakers, field walking, photography, outings.
Record and study the traditional buildings of Somerset. Stage 1, 2 & 3 of the Somerset Dendrochronology project – dating the medieval houses in the county has now been completed.
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.
An active society with a comprehensive programme of lectures, outings & fieldwork. Quarterly newsletter. New members & visitors welcome.
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 [...]
Arkwright’s Cromford Mill was the world’s first successful water-powered cotton spinning mill. The Arkwright Society, a registered charity, is involved in a major restoration programme. Guided tours, shops, restaurant, offices
Society to promote interest and participation in archaeology, especially in London region. Mostly lectures plus guided walks, site visits and social events. Quarterly magazine. Practical fieldwork on Thames foreshore.