Programme of lectures and meetings. Publishes a newsletter and a journal ‘Gerddi’. Carries out the recording of parks and gardens throughout Wales. Also carries out documentary research.
Programme of winter lectures and summer excursions. A century of Archaeology in East Herts. published 1998. Publishes newsletter and ‘Hertfordshire Archaeology’.
Programme of winter lectures and summer excursions. Publishes a newsletter ‘The Recorder’, and biennial Transactions. The society has its own library of specialist books and periodicals.
Monthly lectures from October to March and monthly excursions from May to October, with monthly field meetings all year. (NO KNOWN INFO.)
The Society concerned with the preservation, restoration and conservation of the finest Victorian gasworks in Northern Ireland. After receiving substantial grants, the museum is now fully restored and open to the public.
Active research into all aspects of archery, from the earliest times. Two meetings a year, newsletters and an annual journal. Large membership spread over 13 countries. Members are assisted with their individual research. Website includes a members only discussion forum.
The equivalent of the Council for British Archaeology in Scotland. Promotes informed opinion concerning the study and conservation of Scotland’s archaeological heritage. It is a membership society, members being local archaeological, historical and amenity societies, museums and other bodies, and individuals. Members receive ‘Discovery and Excavation in Scotland’ annually, and ‘Scottish Archaeological News’ 3 times [...]
Investigates underground spaces, both man-made and man-used underground spaces of al types & periods.
Curators for Northern Ireland to record, protect and promote the built heritage. Maintains a computerised Sites and Monuments Record. Provides statutory regulation and enforcement, advice on planning, and grant aid. Carries out surveys, excavations and recording of monuments and buildings.
This group acts as a forum for those who are involved in the processing, analysis and publication of brick and tile from archaeological excavations and surveys.
The Centre for Manx Studies is primarily a research & teaching unit which concentrates on Manx archaeological, cultural, environmental & historical studies.
An Iron Age and early Roman re-enactment society that interprets history through the medium of experimental archaeology, reconstruction and living history. A ‘Vicus’ is a settlement that grows outside of Roman military bases to cater to the needs of the soldiers (and their money), Likely to have originally been of a temporary nature, these settlements [...]
Established contracting unit that is celebrating its tenth anniversary this year! We undertake fieldwork projects throughout the East Midlands for the private and public sector, by assisting clients through the planning process through offering archaeological consultations, watching briefs, evaluations, excavations, desk-top assessments, GPS and EDM surveying and building surveys. Please ring for an informal chat [...]
Consultants and contractors covering London and the South-East. Services include assessments, watching briefs, field survey, excavation, building analysis and recording and historical and documentary research.
IFA Registered organisation operating mainly in the Midlands, but also in other parts of Britain. Services include desk-based assessments, environmental statements, all aspects of fieldwork, finds work, conservation and publication. Volunteers accepted where circumstances permit.
Contractors and consultants with countrywide coverage. Also has several international projects. Services include research, excavation, historic buildings survey and industrial archaeology. Volunteers accepted.
Archaeologist and free-lance journalist writing for national media who can tell the story of your dig / research / discovery in an informed way.
Contract archaeologists leading a small professional unit based in Glastonbury, covering Somerset and adjacent counties. Experience in teaching classes for adults or children and of organizing field trips and public lectures. Special interests include the Dark Ages/mid-Saxon period, coastal archaeology, rivers and trade. Volunteers and students occasionally taken individually on non-commercial projects.