Leading amateur society, carrying out rescue work including evaluations, excavations under PPG16 and some research excavations. Writing up earlier excavations carried out in Monmouth. Volunteers always welcome.
The present group has grown out of two previous projects which are based in Creeting St Mary, Suffolk. The first project located two churches, All Saints & St Olave, which had ‘disappeared’ from the landscape. We excavated St Olave and CA published an article in Dec 2003 issue number 189. The second project concentrated on [...]
See Arbeia Society. Third century auxiliary soldiers and civilians
Attached to the Trimontium Trust, the branch has broadly based interests covering Melrose Abbey, Smailholm Tower, Abbotsford, fieldwalking, resistometer use, medieval stone recording, prehistoric dwellings on Eildon Hill North, stone circles, Archaeology fairs etc.
Sparcs, Spelthorne Young Archaeologists’ Club
Archaeological Solutions Ltd is a contracting unit providing a full range of archaeological services to commercial clients across southern and eastern England, including London.
A firm of Consulting Engineers & archaeologists with various offices giving advice on all aspects of the heritage throughout the UK and internationally. Work experience schemes and volunteers involved on excavation, post-excavation and finds processing.
IFA Registered organisation operating mainly in the Midlands, but also in other parts of Britain. Services include desk-based assessments, environmental statements, all aspects of fieldwork, finds work, conservation and publication. Volunteers accepted where circumstances permit.
Contractors and consultants with countrywide coverage. Also has several international projects. Services include research, excavation, historic buildings survey and industrial archaeology. Volunteers accepted.
Archaeologist and free-lance journalist writing for national media who can tell the story of your dig / research / discovery in an informed way.
Contract archaeologists leading a small professional unit based in Glastonbury, covering Somerset and adjacent counties. Experience in teaching classes for adults or children and of organizing field trips and public lectures. Special interests include the Dark Ages/mid-Saxon period, coastal archaeology, rivers and trade. Volunteers and students occasionally taken individually on non-commercial projects.
Curator covering the City of Gloucester. Services include provision of planning advice along with public events and exhibitions.
ARC is a journal of archaeology, managed and published by research students at the University of Cambridge. Although primarily rooted in archaeological theory and practice, ARC has increasingly begun to accommodate a wide range of perspectives in the hope of establishing a strong, inter-disciplinary journal which will be of interest to those engaged in a [...]
Covers archaeological work in Iraq and neighbouring countries including fieldwork projects in Syria and the Gulf States. Publishes a 6-monthly newsletter, an annual report, the annual journal IRAQ and occasional publications. Holds a minimum of 3 lectures annually. No fieldwork opportunities at the present.
Founded in 1933, formerly the Sheffield Trades Historical Society. Monthly lecture programme and summer visits. Publishes: Journal (1,1998, 2, 2001, 3, 2004); Guide to the Industrial Archaeology of South Yorkshire, 1995; Water Power on the Sheffield Rivers, 1989 (new edition in preparation). Interests: local history and archaeology of industry. Field Recording Group contributes to various [...]