A group committed to researching and protecting the archaeology and heritage environment of the Isle of Portland, Dorset and promoting it through education
Association of those who have obtained the Certificate of Field Archaeology from Glasgow University. Field survey, no excavation. Ongoing surveys Island of Raasay and settlements in Glen Lochay Nr. Killin, Perthshire) and other parts of Scotland
Actively involved in restoration work in several forts in Portsmouth and Plymouth
Aims to protect, conserve and raise public awareness to the multitude of antiquities in Grampian region, NE Scotland. Publishes quarterly newsletter and meets annually at a stone circle. Encourages publishing & personal resear
Annual one-day conference in April. Annual journal & two annual newsletters: South Midlands Archaeology. We try to act as a pivot for the exchange of information regarding activities. AGM in Autumn
Series of monthly lunchtime lectures. Visits to excavations and sites. Members get free admission to Jorvik and the Archaeological Resource Centre. apply to the York Archaeological Trust at 13 Ogleforth, York, YO1 7FG for details of membership or at www.yorkarchaeology.co.uk
Major county society offering annual Transactions, outings, newsletter, annual Morant dinner & lecture and Essex Place Names Project. Also own library, plus free access to university of Essex Library.
Continuing preservation of old buildings and archaeological sites. The society has no opportunities for employment and its resources are spent on its own activities and are not used for grants elsewhere.
The Society publishes the Ulster Journal of Archaeology and a quarterly Newsletter, and runs a series of lectures and field trips. A programme of practical work, survey and fieldwalking is being set up.
The Society was formed in 1947 and membership is open to people interested in Archaeology and History, particularly of Leicestershire and Rutland. Meetings are held monthly, at Vaughan College, during the Autumn and Winter months and in the summer there is a programme of outside events.
Programme of winter lectures and summer excursions. Publishes a journal.
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.
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.
An active amateur organisation based in the Milton Keynes area. Aims to provide a forum and focal point for people interested in archaeology, and to broaden the popularity of archaeology by arranging talks and lectures, as well as increasing the known archaeology of Milton Keynes by carrying out practical work such as digs and field [...]
Programme of lectures, field meetings and coach outings. Museum and library available to members. Occasional evaluation excavations.
We are a village society, mostly interested in local and Scottish matters. Only occasionally are we concerned with archaeological happenings.
Programme of day outings and evening visits. Publishes ‘The Monmouthshire Antiquary’. A Day School on 7 October 2006 is open to the general public, details available in August. Organised in conjunction with the Caerleon Research Forum. To be held in Caerleon on Saturday 7 October 2006.
Researching Roman Roads in the area and other possible Roman activity. Some weekend fieldwork possible in the summer.
A charitable trust formed to preserve the ancient Upwich Pit and brine springs at Droitwich, Worcestershire. Excavations on this site show continuous exploitation of the brine springs since the late Bronze and early Iron Age to the 20th century. Now a Spa town, this concentrated brine is used for therapeutic purposes. (NO EVIDENCE OF EXISTENCE)
Fortnightly lecture series during the winter. Summer programme of walks, visits and field work including resistivity surveys, fieldwalking and topographical surveys. Society has an extensive library. Excavation Sundays and some other days July to October 2006