Ciorstaidh Hayward Trevarthen and Naomi Payne both cover Somerset and Dorset for the Portable Antiquities Scheme. They are Finds Liaison Officers, jointly covering both counties.
Britain’s leading archaeological magazine, published 6 times a year for a subscription of ?20 a year. Publishes the Archaeology Handbook, the complete guide to everything that is going on in British archaeology, especially digs to join this summer.
We also trade as Heritage Archaeological Books. We specialise in the marketing of archaeological and related journal off-prints, out-of-print, remaindered and selected new books. Publishing of high quality, low cost paper publications, together with e-publishing
Guided visits to archaeological sites in Northern England Bed and breakfast in Tynemouth
The group was established to formalise the excavation that Victor Pocock has been running for the last 20 years. The site has produced evidence from the Bronze Age to Roman period. The excavation season starts in late April and continues to early autumn. This excavation is only suitable for local volunteers as activity is intermittent [...]
Annual programme of lectures. Takes part in field work surveys. Has close links with Trust for Thanet Archaeology and helps with their finds processing.
Undertakes research into all aspects of the archaeology, history and environmental history of Romney Marsh and the river valleys to the west. Lectures and site visits. Publishes Romney Marsh Irregular twice yearly and monographs resulting from research. Membership ?10 per household per annum
The Belfast Naturalists Field Club provides an ideal focal point for amateurs and professionals interested in the natural sciences, the built environment and their histories. It has Archaeology, Botany, Geology and Zoology sections, open to all members. Activities cover the whole of Northern Ireland, not just Belfast and its environs. You do not need to [...]
Ancient materials, technology and conservation co-operative. Runs workshops in experimental archaeology, makes replicas, and carries out technological and conservation research. Displays and public viewing gallery attached to foundry in Chatham’s Historic Dockyard.
MARS undertakes commercial and research surveys with metal detectors using the MARS system of fifty metre squares with finds recorded to the nearest metre. We are currently evaluating a GPS system which claims to be accurate to at least three metres. Our research is mostly on Roman and medieval sites, under the plough, with the [...]
The society aims to promote a historical awareness of West Wales and is engaged in the restoration and sailing of vintage boats and teaching skills associated with them. Also undertakes documentary research and talks. Constructs model ships (local) to museum standard for local museums.
Library, archaeological and archive collections, lectures, visits, walks, publications (including Archaeologia Aeliana), archaeological workshops, support for research, special events, social events. Full details on website.
Programme of monthly lectures. Produces a range of publications. Historical research
Talks, coach trips, local historical research. Recently published a small booklet Billericay in 1900. Recording of monumental inscriptions on behalf of Essex Society for Family History. At present processing finds etc from previous digs for publication, and raising funds for this project
Promotion of Archaeology in S E Cornwall, Plymouth, W & S Devon by provision of Winter lectures and Summer Site visits. Occasional field work.
Formed to promote the study and conservation of places of worship for all faiths and denominations. High standards of research are encouraged through its journal Church Archaeology & the annual conference exploring the application of archaeological & art historical expertise to the protection of the buildings, material culture and burial grounds.. Contributes to development of [...]
Open to all those with an interest in beads, their manufacture, materials and applications. Holds five meetings a year and publishes a newsletter five times a year. Send SAE for membership form.
Registered Charity supporting Roman archaeology. The Board of Trustees allocates grants to selected archaeological projects and also for student travel. Members receive free entry passes to many museums and Roman sites across Britain. Archaeological educational tours and field study days are organised for members every season. The ARA Bulletins and newsletters are published regularly.