Publishes Transactions. Has an excursion and lecture programme of local interest.
Programme of winter lectures and summer field trips. Have just published a booklet on the archaeology of the Manor Valley, and now doing a similar survey of Eddleston Parish.
Programme of monthly talks January to March, monthly outings April to September, and monthly talks October to December. Ongoing watching brief on local developments.
Publishes transactions. Individual members have taken part in excavations and in recording for Sites and Monuments Record.
Programme of lectures October to May. Day-long excursions in summer. The club has its own library and publishes an annual journal, The Montgomeryshire Collections, as well as various other publications. The Club published a Millennium volume: An Historical Atlas of Montgomeryshire. In 2003 published Transportation by Montgomeryshire Courts 1788-1868 by Brian Owen
Programme of weekly lectures in winter, and summer visits. Library for use of members. Undertakes small excavations and survey projects.
Monthly lecture meetings. Visits to historic sites once or twice a year. Small museum opened from April to October.
The national archaeological society of Wales. Organises field meetings. Publishes the journal ‘Archaeologia Cambrensis’. Provides some funding for research. For Grant applications contact the General Secretary, 28 Gipsy Lane, Exmouth, EX8 3HN
Programme of lectures, visits, fieldwalking surveys and watching briefs. Publishes annual journal the Rutland Record.
An association of invited members sharing information on the conservation of historic buildings. Lecture series, meetings and visits. AGM and conference.
Study group for those actively researching the Neolithic period of the British Isles and adjacent continent. Meets once a year in London. Members are deleted from the mailing list if they miss four meetings in a row. Annual field trip in the spring.
A special interest group for all people interested in artefacts of Roman date other than pottery. Meetings are held twice a year, generally in spring and autumn, usually on a Monday. Occasional weekend meetings. Publishes newsletter, ‘Lucerna’, twice a year.
Maintains the database of archaeological sites, historic buildings, and maritime sites in Wales. The National Monuments Record of Wales is open daily for public reference. Supplies authoritative information for government, corporate bodies and the general public.
The Wetland Archaeology & Environments Research Centre is based within the Department of Geography at the University of Hull and continues the commercial and research work of the Centre for Wetland Archaeology, which was founded in 1997. WAERC also supports the University of Hull’s BA and BSc Geography & Archaeology, BA History and Archaeology and [...]
The Bamburgh Research Project is based at Bamburgh Castle, 50 miles north of Newcastle on the north east coast. It is a project dedicated to using the most modern field techniques, implemented by experienced field archaeologists, to provide training for students and volunteers alike. There are a number of sites being excavated including an early [...]
17th century living history & military group. Tented village is occupied by, among others, an armourer, swordsman, herbalist/hedgewitch, a spinster, a sutler (cook ) an surgeon. Military displays with muskets, hook guns. blunderbuss and cannon if required.
Local branch of the Young Archaeologists Club, catering for children from 9 – 16 years old. We are run by volunteers, we meet once a month taking part in a variety of archaeological activities and visits.
To educate children from 8-16 in archaeology – field trips, hands on activities and excavations. Monthly meetings, usually on a Saturday afternoon.
Archaeological consultancy providing desk-top surveys, evaluations, watching briefs and recording of buildings.