Holds weekend conferences. Publishes the annual journal ‘Landscape History’, plus newsletters in Spring and Autumn each year.
2 day-schools in conjunction with SW universities and/or County Societies. AGM with lectures & field visit around the SW. Summer visits in SW counties. Publishes Archaeology South-West, a 48pp Bi-Annual journal. Has ER equipment for loan to members.
The society is open to anyone with an interest in tiles and architectural ceramics. Three times yearly magazine, Glazed Expressions, and a Journal. Annual lectures and visits. Two day conference on church ceramics to be held at Ironbridge Gorge Museum, Shropshire on Friday and Saturday 6/7 Oct. 2006.
A statutory consultee on listed building consent applications in England and Wales. Three newsletters and annual volume of transactions published annually. In working partnership with The Friends of Friendless Churches which owns 38 disused but historic churches, half in England, half in Wales.
The Castle Studies group is an association of people who are interested in medieval castles and the promotion of their study. Members include academics and lay people alike who receive a yearly journal & newsletter and an updated bibliography keeping them abreast of developments in castle research and on new publications. There is an annual [...]
Aims to promote the study and public awareness of the history and development of the craft and craftspeople involved in the manufacture and design of jewellery. International membership. Programme of lecture meetings, occasional symposia and private views of museums. Publishes Jewellery Studies and Gem and Jewellery. Written correspondene only please.
Promotes post-medieval archaeology (from 1500 to 2000 AD) in Britain and abroad. Bi-annual journal, conferences and two newsletters a year.
Events at West Stow Anglo-Saxon Village, Suffolk
Restoration of late c18/early c19 inland canal/waterway port of Bugsworth Basin, nr Whaley Bridge. Assistance always welcome with surveying and recording, occasional excavation work. canal/tramway interchange.
A society to study smaller traditional buildings. A winter and spring conference and an annual journal. The ‘Vernacular Architecture Group Dendrochronology Database’ & the VAG bibliography are available on ADS website at:http://ads.ahds.ac.uk/catalogue/
The aim of the Society is to promote the study of Hadrian’s Wall, The Roman army and Roman frontiers in general.
As part of the History, Classics and Archaeology subject centre, Archaeology HCA support teaching and learning in higher education across the UK. Please see the website for further details.
A grant giving organisation. Grants given towards excavation, research and publication relating to Romano-British sites and material, also offering bursaries to support 6th formers wishing to take part in archaeological fieldwork.
Promoting the study, preservation and presentation of Britain’s Industrial Heritage
The NAS is a voluntary organisation formed to further the interests of our nautical heritage. NAS runs a training scheme available to all, in the theory and practice of underwater archaeology and runs projects in UK and overseas.
The Society provides a forum for the exchange of information and research in metallurgical history. HMS covers all aspects of the history of metals and associated materials from prehistory to yesterday. It publishes Historical Metallurgy. It holds two meetings each year, mainly for members and occasional other meetings.
The Society aims to promote the study, conservation and preservation of historic churches and chapels throughout the UK. Interests cover everything from the relationship between churches and the wider landscape to internal monuments and fittings. The Society holds an annual conference, produces an illustrated annual journal and a newsletter.
This new national society has been formed to identify, record and conserve the remaining milestones and other waymarkers of the British Isles. Regional groups have been set up and a twice yearly newsletter is circulated to members; An annual Journal is also being produced.
Formed to promote the study of Prehistoric Pottery from the Neolithic to the Iron Age. AGM and one other meeting annually. Arranges international conferences and publishes regularly on aspects of prehistoric ceramics. Publishes Old Pottery Almanack jointly with the Ceramics Petrology Group and is open to specialists and non-specialists alike.