* We are one of the four Welsh Archaeological Trusts. * Providing a regional archaeological service for West Wales providing curatorial advice & maintaining a Sites, Monuments Record. * We run a Field Operations section. * Our Heritage Promotion section designs Award winning Heritage Interpretation panels.
Multidisciplinary consultancy offering archaeological services; desk based assessment, feasibility study, management of archaeological field projects, development control archaeology liaison, archaeological management strategies.
Archaeological ceramicist specialising in medieval, post-medieval, early modern and recent ceramics (particularly South, West and North Yorkshire, Derbyshire and North-East England), desktop assessments, bibliographic research, post-excavation logistics and archiving.
Curatorial archaeological service for Fife. Responsible for the management and conservation of the archaeological and built historic resource of Fife. Provides specialist advice on planning and archaeology, manages fieldwork projects, excavations, survey work, publishes guidebooks, maintains computerised Sites and Monuments Records.
Curator for Norfolk. Maintains computerised Norfolk Historic Environment Record and the Norfolk Aerial Photograph Library. Provides advice on planning and the conservation and interpretation of monuments.
Bruce Castle community archaeology project
The lively academic journal of archaeology – covering all regions, periods and themes – produced quarterly and read by amateurs and academics alike. The journal has recently been digitised, meaning you can now search the full text back to 1927, and download individual PDFs of papers instantly.
Mail order and bookshop with a large stock of antiquarian, second-hand and remaindered books and some new books on Archaeology, Architecture, Local Studies, Industrial Archaeology, Wales and Celtic Studies. Regular catalogues issued which are also on the web site. Shop open by prior appointment only.
No fieldwork in the immediate future.
Programme of lectures and meetings. Publishes quarterly newsletter. Carries out excavations, field walking and research. Publishes Summer and Winter Journals. Open Days at excavation site.
A group committed to researching and protecting the archaeology and heritage environment of the Isle of Portland, Dorset and promoting it through education
e are a small group of Metal Detectorists, and amateur geologists and archaeologists. We enjoy travelling to rural areas and with full backing of the local land-owner. We are aware of the portable antiquities scheme. The group is run by myself someone who has completed a scientific archaeology masters and completed several digs in Bulgaria [...]
Activity and lecture driven society, looking specifically at the archaeology of the Benthams’ and surrounding parishes in North Yorkshire and Lancashire. Members aim to go field walking, archaeological tours, as well as excavation training leading to participation in archaeological excavations.
SLAEC is a liaison committee that meets 3/4 times a year. It recently published an archaeological booklet on Southwark, called ‘Below Southwark: the archaeological Story’ aimed at the general public .
The Scottish Trust for Underwater Archaeology (SCO18418)was formed to promote the research, recording and preservation of Scotland’s underwater heritage with particular interest in crannogs. Towards realising these aims, the Trust carries out surveys, excavations, provides training, and aims to raise awareness through exhibition, education, and experimental archaeology.
Covers the archaeology, architecture and history of Cheshire, Wirral and Deeside. Lively lecture and excursion programme, also occasional conferences and training sessions. Recently commenced major excavation project at Heronbridge, near Chester check website for details. Also fieldwork projects in conjunction with Chester Archaeology Unit. Archaeology. Annual journal and twice-yearly newsletter.
Annual journal: ‘Tyne and Tweed’. Promote interest in local history and research in Northumberland. give guidance and support to affiliated societies. Organise 4 major events annually for members only.
The aim of the Society is to promote archaeology and history in S.E. Essex. We hold regular meetings and outings. We are carrying out some local research and field survey when possible. Please note that the society Chairman/Field Director, Rosemary Jefferies can be contacted at this address. (NO KNOWN CONTACT)