Tours of Orkney’s spectacular archaeology by professional archaeologists who are also qualified Orkney Tourist Guides. All inclusive holidays & short breaks available. Special interest groups welcome.
A new illustrated Danish archaeological magazine issued 4 times a year. Focus is mainly Scandinavian archaeology, but other topics as cultural heritage and mans early origin forms a basic part of the magazine. In connection to the magazine the website is daily updated with archaeological news primarily from Denmark.
Founded in 1933, formerly the Sheffield Trades Historical Society. Monthly lecture programme and summer visits. Publishes: Journal (1,1998, 2, 2001, 3, 2004); Guide to the Industrial Archaeology of South Yorkshire, 1995; Water Power on the Sheffield Rivers, 1989 (new edition in preparation). Interests: local history and archaeology of industry. Field Recording Group contributes to various [...]
CBA Wessex is the regional group of the council for British Archaeology covering Wiltshire, Dorset, Hampshire, Berkshire, Isle of Wight and the Channel Islands. Please visit the web site for information on how to join and events.
A multi-disciplinary research group formed to bring together interested groups, societies, institutions and individuals who have an interest in the vernacular buildings of Ryedale, North Yorkshire, and in particular the building stones and source quarries.
The aims and objectives of the society are the study of the industrial history and archaeology of this north-east corner of Derbyshire, an area with a very long and strong heritage of manufacturing industry, from paper products and ceramics through to heavy engineering, An area where waterpower and coal provided the energy, and where turnpike [...]
The Society organizes lectures, walks, visits & outings throughout the year. It also arranges regular archaeological site visits for members, usually in the City. IA&HS also aims to document archaeological findings in the Islington area.
Visits to industrial sites. Summer weekend tour, Day seminars. Publishes Bulletin and Review
Programme of talks, visits and meetings. Undertakes evaluations of industrial sites. Recently took part in the Time Team programme Rubble at Mill planning.
Programme of monthly lectures and field trips. Publishes yearbook and Transactions. A full survey of the surrounding area in association with archaeologists from Edinburgh and Glasgow is planned. Possibly some excavation.
Lecture meetings, 2nd Monday of the month, at Woodford County High School. Annual adult membership ?10, Family ?15, Junior ?5 (15-18 or full-time student). Visits to historical and archaeological sites. Occasional excavations, limited to members only. Training excavations.
This long-established county archaeological society publishes its proceedings annually, including the bulletin ‘The Conduit’ with programmes of relevant societies in the county. Lectures and excursions as well as two conferences a year, in spring and autumn.
Programme of lectures and visits. Carries out research into local history, watching briefs and emergency work. Excavations under professional supervision.
Regular programme of lectures, summer walks and field trips. Publishes annual journal ‘Bristol & Avon Archaeology’. The society encourages its members to undertake and publish their own research and to undertake parish survey work, and can offer small grants to assist this Surveying and garden archaeology. Please contact for details.
The Society is concerned with the study of old pewter, its history, manufacture and social context. It can advise on care and conservation.
Organises a Spring Conference and publishes an Annual Report. Has published Medieval Rural Settlements – A Policy on their Research, Survey, Conservation and Excavation. The Group recently oversaw a landscape research project (2000-5) in the Whittlewood area on the Bucks/Northants border to follow those at Wharram Percy, Raunds and Shapwick – see the website at [...]