Local archaeological society. Activities, excavations, fieldwork, lectures & site museum. Excavating late Iron Age settlement and Roman villa at Piddington, Northamptonshire.
Excavations at Penicuik from February to July. Other fieldwork projects including geophysics, south and west of Edinburgh, and fieldwalking .
A very active amateur society operates the Clydesdale area in Scotland. Regular lecture and visits programme from September to May. Activities include fieldwalking as well as survey work with resistivity meter and EDM. Current work includes resistivity survey on Castledykes, Roman Fort, EDM survey of local farms and research work on Timothy Pont’s 1596 map [...]
The Society actively studies, explores and records the archaeology of the Huddersfield area. It covers Pre-history, the Roman and Mediaeval periods and more recently, Industrial Archaeology. A Roman Interest Group has just been formed, whose priority is to find more links of the Roman Road across the Pennines A winter lecture series is held on [...]
Programme of lectures and meetings. Publishes a newsletter and a journal ‘Gerddi’. Carries out the recording of parks and gardens throughout Wales. Also carries out documentary research.
Programme of winter lectures and summer excursions. A century of Archaeology in East Herts. published 1998. Publishes newsletter and ‘Hertfordshire Archaeology’.
Programme of winter lectures and summer excursions. Publishes a newsletter ‘The Recorder’, and biennial Transactions. The society has its own library of specialist books and periodicals.
Monthly lectures from October to March and monthly excursions from May to October, with monthly field meetings all year. (NO KNOWN INFO.)
Registered charity which supports archaeological activity in the city of Bristol. It provides advice to archaeologists working in the city and helps to provide funds to facilitate their work and to inform the public about the city’s past. A programme of events and visits is planned for 2006-7. We are also planning a one-day symposium [...]
Planning a survey of pre-1870 buildings still surviving in the City, especially in the suburbs.
The Society owns and runs the Dorset County Museum which holds the County Archaeological Collections; provides research facilities and library; organises displays, lectures and day schools; has an active archaeological group; publicises archaeological events and excavations in its newsletter and publishes archaeological work undertaken in the county in the annual Proceedings of the Dorset Natural [...]
Archaeology in Marlow was set up to research and investigate the archaeology, pre-history and early history in Marlow. We organise talks and carry out fieldwork and encourage everyone to get involved through our newsletter.
All year round upland survey, arable fieldwalking, rescue and research excavation, museum post excavation work, displays, lectures, demonstration events, handling collection, Young Archaeologists Club. Specific area of fieldwork is Clydesdale and Tweedsdale, all voluntary, new members welcome.
A liaison organisation that aims to conserve the historic environment of Tayside by bringing together individuals and organisations that share this common interest. Annual conference in November. Publishes the Tayside and Fife Archaeological Journal. Runs a fieldwalking group.
Occasional fieldwork in the summer in the aftermath of the great series of excavations in the 1950s to 80s.
Lecture programme, fieldwork and research. Members receive a newsletter .
Programme of lectures and outings. Publishes newsletters and bulletins. Carried out excavations on two ditched enclosures and members have been assisting the Roman Building Trust. Continuing fieldwork and processing of finds. Fieldwork and excavation at weekend or if there is an emergency.
Annual conference, meetings and bulletins.