Active amateur group. Monthly lectures, socials, excavation, processing and publications. Annual open weekend at Scadbury Moated Manor Site 9th and 10th September and at Poverest Bath House Site 15th & 16th July. Limited excavation for members and processing of finds.
We are the non-profit Loveland Archaeological Society, sponsors of the Stone Age Fair in Loveland, Colorado, a cultural institution for over 65 years that features some of the world’s foremost archaeologists as guest speakers, as well as extensive exhibits of artefacts, some never seen outside this venue. We present educational programs in schools, museums, libraries, [...]
Monthly meetings with a programme of visiting lecturers and visits. Archaeological excavations, fieldwalking and surveys.
Our society holds meetings each month September – May at Friend’s meeting House, Albert Rd, Ashford. Meetings start 7.30pm 3rd Monday of the month
Henley-on-Thames Archaeological and Historical Society aims to further local researches and study of local history, archaeology and vernacular buildings. There are monthly lectures on historical, archaeological or architectural subjects, and there is an archive which contains members’ research as well as collections of materials. A newsletter is published four times a year, as well as an annual [...]
Programme of monthly talks. Currently excavating a late Romano-British farmstead site in Crowmarsh. The site has an associated cemetery with 25 burials and an adjacent early Iron Age pit assemblage. There is limited opportunity for excavation (week-ends only) and current attention is focussed on the likely settlement area. The society also carries out field walking [...]
Post-excavation work and documentary research. Survey and excavation at High Legh.
Programme of talks and field visits. Publishes a newsletter and books and booklets on aspects of Whitchurch history.
The Group records urban and rural buildings and researches their history: focussing on ‘vernacular’ buildings of Northumberland, Durham, and Tyne & Wear. Results are published in our occasional journal ‘Northumbrian Building Studies’. Meetings are informal, and no membership fees are charged. New members with or without experience are welcome.
This small group was established after the discovery of a Romano-British villa site in 1984. Excavations have since been ongoing, Sunday’s only, most of the villa building is inside the confines of the village church, but an apsidal wing and two sides of a ditched enclosure are available. Iron age features, postholes and gullies are [...]
Members may obtain field work experience with the South Cadbury Environs Project. Historical projects concerning field names and Parish Histories in the area are ongoing with a view to publishing.