Programme of lectures and excursions. Publishes ‘Archaeologia Cantiana’ and records and research reports. Members’ library. Runs a training excavation.
Marlow Archaeological Society, now a registered charity, was formed in 1999 to investigate the archaeological heritage within the Thames Valley surrounding the town. Active fieldwork takes place, visits to sites, events and training in techniques all contribute to the continued success of the society.
The Friends are a local archaeology society who organise lectures, events, excavations, survey and research work to support and encourage community involvement in the archaeology of Sandwell Borough. Public excavations held in Wednesbury and meetings on last Monday of each month at West Bromwich Medieval Manor House.
Programme of meetings September to April, and summer outings. Publishes a journal.
We organise local surveys and visits farther afield in summer, lectures in winter and an annual days symposium. We do not normally run excavations.
Programme of winter lectures and summer outings. Publishes newsletter twice a year.
This group will be winding up on its 20th anniversary, 9th April 2001.
Programme of monthly lectures during winter and visits. Survey and exploratory work on a possible Romano-British site. Visits, and social activities during the summer months. Lectures held at Farmers Arms, Knights Hill Hotel, South Wootton, King’s Lynn.
Co-ordinating the local involvement in a major three year project – a Full Archaeological Survey of the Forest of Dean. Co-ordinated by Gloucestershire Archaeological Service and funded by English Heritage, The Countryside Agency, and the County Council, the Survey includes desk-based and field survey projects, with experiments in finding new ways to survey archaeological sites [...]
The Society aims to promote the study, conservation and preservation of historic churches and chapels throughout the UK. Interests cover everything from the relationship between churches and the wider landscape to internal monuments and fittings. The Society holds an annual conference, produces an illustrated annual journal and a newsletter.
This new national society has been formed to identify, record and conserve the remaining milestones and other waymarkers of the British Isles. Regional groups have been set up and a twice yearly newsletter is circulated to members; An annual Journal is also being produced.
Formed to promote the study of Prehistoric Pottery from the Neolithic to the Iron Age. AGM and one other meeting annually. Arranges international conferences and publishes regularly on aspects of prehistoric ceramics. Publishes Old Pottery Almanack jointly with the Ceramics Petrology Group and is open to specialists and non-specialists alike.
A learned society devoted to the study and preservation of arms and armour from earliest times to the present day.
Our research group consists of archaeologists, volunteers and students. Since 1995, we have been undertaking a landscape and garden survey, architectural survey, excavation, documentary research, family history and the study of the rich and varied finds we have excavated. This project forms part of the Scottish Episcopal Palaces Project, which studies medieval bishops’ palaces in [...]
The Chepstowe Garrison is an independent multi-period Living History Group based in Chepstow Castle, South Wales. The group meets monthly at the castle and also has regular discussion & social evenings. We have various interactive living history displays covering aspects of life in the Castle through the ages (e.g. crafts, cookery, medicine, archery, musketry, cannon [...]
Monthly meetings except August. 2004-5 theme is 'Hunting, Gathering and Preparation of Food '. NO MORE EXISTS, Marion 29/05/08