Bexley Archaeological Group (BAG) provides an ongoing programme of field trips, research, projects & lectures. It provides an adult education course on the archaeology of the Bexley area and publishes a quarterly newsletter. Projects undertaken include survey and excavation work. Currently has excavation in progress at Norht Cray. Volunteers required.Membership Secretary, 40 The Priory, Priory [...]
We continued our campaign of urban excavations and field research in the medieval old town of Scarborough. Our work over the last 15 years was recently brought together in our publication The Archaeology of Medieval Scarborough which has gained wide acclaim. Also researching the history of Falsgrave, Pitt Rivers and association for Industrial Archaeology award [...]
Evening and outdoor meetings. Publishes a bulletin and organises two, one day conferences. Annual publication of papers.
Promotion of interest in history and archaeology of the area by monthly talks, an annual journal ‘Kenilworth History’, summertime staffing of exhibitions in the medieval Abbey Barn, and encouraging research for these exhibitions and publications.
Recording industrial sites in Norfolk as they become redundant or if sites are required for new use. Monthly lecture meetings in Norwich. Publishes quarterly newsletter and Norfolk Industrial Archaeology Society Journal. Continues to maintain and run the unique water driven saw mill at Gunton Park.
Active group with projects throughout the year on various sites in the Grantham area and further afield. Activities include fieldwalking, surveying and occasional excavation. Geophysical surveys also undertaken for ourselves and for other groups. Monthly group meetings with occasional speakers. Occasional group trips and visits. Please write or call for details.
This small group was established after the discovery of a Romano-British villa site in 1984. Excavations have since been ongoing, Sunday’s only, most of the villa building is inside the confines of the village church, but an apsidal wing and two sides of a ditched enclosure are available. Iron age features, postholes and gullies are [...]
Members may obtain field work experience with the South Cadbury Environs Project. Historical projects concerning field names and Parish Histories in the area are ongoing with a view to publishing.
2 day-schools in conjunction with SW universities and/or County Societies. AGM with lectures & field visit around the SW. Summer visits in SW counties. Publishes Archaeology South-West, a 48pp Bi-Annual journal. Has ER equipment for loan to members.
The society is open to anyone with an interest in tiles and architectural ceramics. Three times yearly magazine, Glazed Expressions, and a Journal. Annual lectures and visits. Two day conference on church ceramics to be held at Ironbridge Gorge Museum, Shropshire on Friday and Saturday 6/7 Oct. 2006.
A statutory consultee on listed building consent applications in England and Wales. Three newsletters and annual volume of transactions published annually. In working partnership with The Friends of Friendless Churches which owns 38 disused but historic churches, half in England, half in Wales.
Five full-time permanent archaeologists act as curators for properties of the National Trust for Scotland, providing cultural resource management. Runs training excavations and surveys, and provides training for some long-term volunteers.
The Theoretical Archaeology Group – the permanent floating agglomeration of the best theoretical brains in archaeology – is the place to appear and preferably give a paper if you want to get a job in academic archaeology. In recent years it has been in Oxford (2000), Dublin (2001), Manchester (2002), Lampeter (2003) and Glasgow (2004). [...]
The Newbarns Project, Colvend, Stewartry of Kirkcudbright. Excavation of a 1st millennium BC Crannog and Bronze Age burials. Excavations take place from 3 July-9 September 2006. The Project is non funded and is staffed entirely by volunteers. Minimum stay 2 weeks. Limited self-catering accommodation and B&B in Rhonehouse village. B&B, camping and caravans on local [...]
Catuvellauni is a British Iron-Age living history organisation whose purpose is to provide an understanding of British Iron-Age society through interpreting and reconstructing the material culture from archaeological and historical sources. The Catuvellauni informs the public using living history displays and stories in which aspects and elements of British Iron-Age are described and explained in [...]
Monthly meetings at sites across Kent, using Maidstone Museum and Shorne Country Park as a base for indoor activities. Age 8-16 years. Many activities including practical experience, site visits, ancient crafts/technologies, guest speakers, annual family coach trip.
North Hertfordshire District
Archaeological Consultant and contractor covering the North of England undertaking various types of work including desktop, evaluation excavation assessment and report production.
Archaeological conservation and materials analysis service. Cover SE region and beyond. (UNABLE TO CONTACT, PRESUMED DISBANDED)