Programme of lectures and excursions. The Morda Valley Research Project, set up to record the history and archaeology of the area south of Oswestry town, has not progressed further during the year. An interim Report has been prepared, but circulated only to members. The Trefonen Old Colliery Preservation Project was successfully completed, with a handover [...]
Programme of lectures, visits, and guided walks. Publishes newsletter four times a year. Organises field walking and practical finds study days.
Regular programme of lecture meetings and excursions mainly to sites in Nottinghamshire. Produces various publications including Transactions of the Society, volumes in the Records Series and a regular newsletter. The county’s principal historical and archaeological society, promoting research, publication and knowledge of Nottinghamshire’s history.
This group exists to promote research on the archaeology of early medieval Wales c AD 400-1100. It meets annually for a day school either on recent research or on a particular theme concerning the archaeology of early medieval Wales.
We are a society which promotes archaeology in Chichester and the surrounding district. We meet monthly in Chichester for lectures on relevant topics, and arrange walks and outings to places of archaeological interest. We have a growing programme of field surveys and small-scale excavations in the area, working with district harbour authorities and others. See [...]
ACE is a small club devoted to practical archaeology in all its variations in the Mid Devon Area. We have run fieldwalks, field surveys, training digs and are currently co-ordinating a landscape archaeology project on Winkleigh Parish. Our finished work covers the Mesolithic right through to a second world war airfield. We also hold field [...]
Promotes interest and expertise in Irish Post-Medieval Archaeology. Annual conference. Annual Subscription ?10 or E16
An amateur group dedicated to preserving the archaeology of the area, sited near the cromerian age bytham river (put river name into the Google search engine and look for hinckley, and put our group heading into Google for our other site). The aim is to obtain a museum in the village to display the artefacts.
Monthly meetings throughout the year. Illustrated talks in the winter months. Coach outings to places of interest to the Society. Good up-to-date library.
Active group who go out field walking, metal detecting (all finds recorded) outings. Historical talks once a month. Metal detecting meeting once a month. We carry out discovery work for local churches, sites etc. We use metal detectors, when given permission by farmers etc., to enable us to better understand a site. All finds including [...]
Excavation, fieldwalking, geophysical surveys, community activities at Archaeology Centre. Involved with local schools with a hands on approach to the subject. Open to all ages and abilities. Society talks, trips to places of interest and a growing social group help to keep this a thriving local society.
The society seeks to promote and foster interest in archaeology and pre-history. A speaker meeting most months and newsletter. Excellent library, old and new members welcome.
Illustrated lectures and visits. Excavating site of possible medieval castle.
Programme of monthly lectures at Saddleworth Museum. Publishes a quarterly bulletin and large range of maps, guides and books. Involved in excursions, archive research, industrial archaeology, conservation and excavation. Tours of Castleshaw Roman fort.
Programme of winter lectures, spring evening visits and summer all-day excursions. Some non-invasive fieldwork.
No fieldwork is currently being undertaken. Publications are being updated and should be available mid 2006. *** This group have no involvement with projects in North America ***
Programme of lectures and excursions. Publishes ‘Archaeologia Cantiana’ and records and research reports. Members’ library. Runs a training excavation.
Marlow Archaeological Society, now a registered charity, was formed in 1999 to investigate the archaeological heritage within the Thames Valley surrounding the town. Active fieldwork takes place, visits to sites, events and training in techniques all contribute to the continued success of the society.