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 director of the excavation is a celebrated experimental archaeologist specializing in Otzi, ceramics and prehistoric cooking. There is an reconstructed bronze age roundhouse in one of the fields. The excavation on site covers a period from Mesolithic structures to 17th century pagan feather pits. We are open from Mid June to August.
Building and technology restoration project. publishes quarterly newsletter. Runs demonstrations of aspects of salt technology. Volunteers accepted for site interpretation work. Exhibition open daily 1:30 – 4:30.
Regia is a society which seeks to accurately re-create the life and times of the folk who lived in the islands of Britain around a thousand years ago. We are reconstructing a Saxon Manor with Longhall, ditch and bank in Kent in several acres of our own woodland. We also run and maintain a small [...]
Club for 8-16 year olds interested in archaeology. There is an exciting programme of fieldwork and meetings held on the first Saturday of every month. Recent events have included: fieldwalking, excavation, re-enactment, fling knapping, pottery and trips to museums and archaeological sites
Branch of the Council for British Archaeologists’ club. Monthly meetings for 8-16 year olds. Lots of hands-on activities and creative sessions
A firm of Consulting Engineers and Archaeologists with various offices giving advice on all aspects of the heritage throughout the UK and internationally. Offices also in London (52 – 54 Southwark Street, London SE1 1UN), Southampton (Carlton House, Ringwood Road, Woodlands, Southampton, SO40 7HT), York (2a St Martins Lane, Micklegate, York, YO1 1LN), Witney (6 [...]
Full service offering non-destructive investigation of heritage properties and ecclesiastical buildings. Includes reconnaissance and detailed geophysical surveys.
* We are one of the four Welsh Archaeological Trusts. * Providing a regional archaeological service for West Wales providing curatorial advice & maintaining a Sites, Monuments Record. * We run a Field Operations section. * Our Heritage Promotion section designs Award winning Heritage Interpretation panels.
Multidisciplinary consultancy offering archaeological services; desk based assessment, feasibility study, management of archaeological field projects, development control archaeology liaison, archaeological management strategies.
Archaeological ceramicist specialising in medieval, post-medieval, early modern and recent ceramics (particularly South, West and North Yorkshire, Derbyshire and North-East England), desktop assessments, bibliographic research, post-excavation logistics and archiving.
Curatorial archaeological service for Fife. Responsible for the management and conservation of the archaeological and built historic resource of Fife. Provides specialist advice on planning and archaeology, manages fieldwork projects, excavations, survey work, publishes guidebooks, maintains computerised Sites and Monuments Records.
Curator for Norfolk. Maintains computerised Norfolk Historic Environment Record and the Norfolk Aerial Photograph Library. Provides advice on planning and the conservation and interpretation of monuments.
Bruce Castle community archaeology project
The lively academic journal of archaeology – covering all regions, periods and themes – produced quarterly and read by amateurs and academics alike. The journal has recently been digitised, meaning you can now search the full text back to 1927, and download individual PDFs of papers instantly.