We have a lecture programme and run an annual day school with the University of Reading. There is also an annual tour and outings. We publish a regular newsletter and a journal that is free to members. Our library, established in the 1880′s includes a wide range of journals as well as books. Our book [...]
Purpose-built centre incorporating interactive exhibition, library and photographic exhibition of local history.
Active field, records and publications groups. Field work includes topographic and geophysical surveying, field walking, and group training days. Currently excavations at Chesham Bois and geophysical surveys of Roman villas in Chess Valley. Landscape GIS based research study, Prehistoric to Post-medieval of Chess and Misbourne Valleys.
May15 2004, AGM & meeting at Dragon Hall.
Conducts watching briefs on behalf of Leicestershire Museums Service. Provides advice to public library, local museum and borough council. Talks to local schools and other groups. Occasionally carries out excavations. Historical articles in local press.
Predominantly a series of monthly evening meetings from September to April inclusive with at least one summer visit to a house of historical interest.
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.
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).