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.
Comprehensive social programme, monthly talks through Winter months and site visits in Summer. Field Walking on Sunday mornings in winter. Recent work includes a major resistivity survey on the site of Ampthill Castle and other sites in the area using the TR/CIA resistivity meter. Past excavations are being written up.
The Society exists to encourage interest in and the study of the local history of Sedbergh, Garsdale and Dent and the surrounding area. We hold a regular programme of talks, outings, social occasions and special events including exhibitions.
Studies and records historic buildings, particularly the medieval timber-framing of Essex. Recently published ‘Historic Buildings in Essex, Issue 11′
Programme of fortnightly meetings and a variety of visits and outings. Publishes a monthly newsletter and an annual report. Incorporating Lowestoft Museum.
Programme of winter lectures, summer visits and annual study trip. Continues to maintain the site and remains of Keynsham Abbey. Carries out research and excavation.
Now more than ten years old the Morecambe Bay Archaeological Society combines a mix of lectures, social evenings, summer trips and the occasional fieldwork to make a vibrant and (relatively) youthful society, with a relaxed and friendly approach to all things archaeological. Meetings are held the second Wednesday of every month between September and May, [...]
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.