Bangor Gwynedd Branch
Ross and Cromarty Branch
“Shedding Light on the Dark Ages” Weorod are a small independent group of Historical Re-enactors who specialise in providing Living History and Historical Re-enactment displays for both local and national events. Based in Portsmouth Hampshire we recreate one of the most decisive eras in the history of Britain, the years between 428 and 1066, the [...]
Egyptology Scotland was founded on December 12, 2000 with the objective of promoting the study and understanding of Ancient Egypt in Scotland. Our annual lecture programme (held at venues in Glasgow, Edinburgh and Aberdeen -see our website for details) aims to provide members with access to the latest developments in the field of Egyptology and [...]
The group is based at the Pendle Heritage Centre, Barrowford and undertakes a varied programme including lectures, fieldwalking, building recording and excavation. Blog: https://archaeologygroup.blogspot.com
Provides a series of winter lectures, and organises visits to archaeological sites and historic buildings. Also supports the Canterbury Archaeological Trust. Offers grants towards publication of research and writing up of history of local area. Published two Millennium lectures. Publishes histories of Canterbury almshouses and William Urry lectures on Thomas Becket.
Programme of Winter lectures and summer outings. Society includes – field walking group, civic committee and junior club amongst other activities. Provides pool of volunteers available for local digs. Provides funding and voluntary staffing for the Elgin Museum which is rich in local history and pre-history. Focal point for new finds in Moray, links to [...]
The Friends of Jewry Wall Museum was formed in September 2004 in response to drastic cuts in opening hours of the archaeology museum. Recent changes in council policy have improved the opening hours to Saturday, Sunday and school holidays (except December). The main aim of the Friends is to keep the museum open to the [...]
SCOLA covers all Greater London.
The Chesterton Project. The Team have discovered Roman settlements of national importance. We have partly excavated and surveyed the Chesterton Roman house and Mosaics. Also a program of geophysical surveys of the Roman Town and settlement at Windmill Farm. Recent joint projects with English Heritage Centre for Archaeology Evaluation at Chesterton Moat, Church End to [...]
A multidisciplinary group of scholars working in all aspects of medieval and renaissance studies. Meets once a year. Membership by invitation only.
Excavation May-September on a possible Roman track and fort. Volunteers welcome