A voluntary organisation, whose main interest is the Roman period, though members follow their particular interests. We have members involved in landscape archaeology and excavations. We also hold the extensive Roman collection of artefacts found by our divers on the site of the Roman bridge at Piercebridge.
Programme of lectures and outings plus regular monthly bulletin. Fieldwalking and small excavations. A number of excavations are in the pipeline within the city where members will be able to give assistance.
Celebrated its 150th anniversary in 1998. Programme of lectures, excursions and day schools. Produces various publications and publishes annual Proceedings. A sub-group : Suffolk Archaeological Field Group frequently arranges small excavations in the summer.
Local group of the Surrey Archaeological Society. Covers much of the North Downs in Surrey. Long-term research excavation on Sunday mornings May to October on multi-period – mainly prehistoric – site in Banstead, Surrey. Winter fieldwork includes landscape surveys, fieldwalking usually concentrating on Lower Palaeolithic sites. Publishes occasional bulletin. Group interested in all aspects of [...]
Publishes biennial journal, called Calatria, which includes archaeological, architectural & historical themes. Excavation & fieldwalking exercises held each year. In 2003 the Society assisted Falkirk Museum at the excavation of the gateway to the annexe to the Roman Fort at Mumrills on the Antonine Wall. Each year a graveyard in the Falkirk district is surveyed [...]
TimeWatch is a campaigning organisation that aims to see better protection for Britain’s heritage places.
Devoted to archaeology at military sites. Frequently organise trips abroad to military sites.
The primary aim of the Council for Independent Archaeology is to explore and promote ways in which amateur archaeologists and local archaeological societies can contribute more effectively to archaeology. The council is run entirely by volunteers, and is financed by members’ subscriptions, which are ?6.00 p.a., or ?20.00 for four years. There is a quarterly [...]
The Council for British Archaeology is the principal UK-wide non-governmental organisation that promotes knowledge, appreciation and care of the historic environment for the benefit of present and future generations. Individual members receive a welcome pack, automatic membership of a CBA region, bi-monthly copies of the ‘British Archaeology’ magazine including ‘CBA Briefing’, and other benefits.
Oxford University MARE is a unit of Oxford University specialising in maritime archaeology excavation and research
One of the UKs leading early medieval re-enactment societies, ERA depicts aspects of life in post-Roman Britain of the 5th and 6th centuries. We can display a wide range of craft skills (including weaving, spinning, dyeing, woodworking, forge-work, casting etc) as well as military skills. (ERA UK NO LONGER EXISTS)
We offer a range of archaeological services to archaeologists, developers and consultants throughout the country, including our specialist Environmental Archaeology, Conservation and Geophysical Survey services. We offer a consultancy service to the development industry. We also conduct research and training projects on behalf of the university.
Cover all aspects of archaeological work in Surrey and neighbouring counties.
Consultant covering the South of England. All the usual consultancy services plus project management and adult education. Utility industries a speciality.
We are a small maritime unit, based in Southampton, that operates nationwide as well as abroad. Our services include desk based assessments, underwater and foreshore surveys as well as commercial underwater excavations.
High resolution geophysical surveys using non-invasive techniques. Used for archaeological, engineering and environmental applications and UXO mapping. Specialists in microgravity and cross hole seismics.