Programme of lecture meetings and outings. Publish regular newsletter, annual journal and occasional papers. Excavation on Sundays from April to October at the Gatehampton Farm Roman villa. Occasional fieldwalking and surveying. Volunteers and new members welcome. Affiliated to the CBA South Midlands Group and a member of the CIA. We also carry out local archaeological [...]
A small society arranges talks (Oct – April, Monthly) & occasional visits. Also interested in recording industrial sites mostly in South Cambridgeshire.
Programme of lectures and excursions. Has its own library and publishes a journal. Young archaeologists club.
Potteries existed on Verwood Heath and the surrounding area from 1260 to 1952, and Penny Copland Griffiths has been researching them since 1972 and has identified some 42 kiln sites. In 2000 the Trust received a ?60,000 Lottery Award for a travelling exhibition which was launched at Dorchester on 31st May 2002. The Trust conducts [...]
Programme of monthly lecture meetings from September to March. Monthly visits from April to September. Annual long weekend study tour. Publish an annual newsletter. Undertake excavations and fieldwork, whenever possible. We usually arrange some activity for the general public on national Archaeology Day.
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
Living History Interpreters of everyday agricultural and domestic life from Roman to Tudor times. Talks and demonstrations given using a wide range of reproduction artefacts and, where venue permits, live farm animals.
No more exists, marion 29/05/08
Regular club meetings (10 times a year). Field trips, competitions, guest speakers and field work projects.
Contract arm of the Department of Archaeology University of Cambridge.
Consultant covering the United Kingdom. Services include museum development, curatorial advice, business planning, service reviews, heritage and tourism, and interim management of heritage services.
Multidisciplinary consultancy operating nation-wide provides integrated environmental impact assessments and project management for cultural heritage projects. Provides planning advice on historic buildings to local authorities. Building recording survey. and excavation.
NSAS is a sole trader practice based in Lincoln which specialises in buildings archaeology above and below ground level. Nationwide services include consultation & strategic advice, historic building investigation, hand survey & digital recording, post survey reports, CAD and freehand illustration & desk top studies.
Professional archaeological consultancy and contracting organisation which offers expertise in many services. Specialities include urban and rural archaeology of all periods. Finds Research for all periods from the Iron Age onwards – particularly pottery, ceramic building materials, non-ferrous metal artefacts, objects of worked bone and stone, leather, structural wood and masonry. Principally we operate in [...]
Team provides strategic and planning advice on archaeology, scheduled monuments, listed and historic buildings, and conservation areas, and maintains the Southampton Historic Environment Record (HER).