Members will receive basic training in archaeological methods while working on our current sites. This can include preparation of a site for possible excavation, research, survey work, digging, trowelling, drawing and maintaining a Site Diary. Meeting Details Venue Address: Denton Festival Hall, Peel Street, Denton M34 7JX Times of meeting: 7.30pm third Thursday of [...]
The Friends are a group of like minded individuals who have an interest in the Heritage of the Perth and Kinross area and who wish to complement the outstanding work that the Perth and Kinross Heritage Trust (PKHT) have done and are doing. PKHT have a long standing commitment to the Heritage and Archaeology of [...]
We are a small enthusiastic community group based in the historic Village of Writtle in Essex,. There are some 30 members, from a wide range of disciplines, all of whom have an interest in archaeology and local history. Heritage Writtle was formed in 2004, as a result of finding some Roman remains and road within 800 yards of the [...]
A small group founded in 2006. Currently engaged on a study of the multi-period parish church, St Bartholomew, and a churchyard survey. We are also carrying out a landscape survey of the Morley area, including research into a Victorian brickworks site. It costs £5 per person per year to join us (August to July), and no [...]
Founded to help rectify the surprising lack of physical archaeological vidence about the layout and character of the medieval town and port of Winchelsea (a planned town of Edward I that uniquely retains its original grid layout). Our principal aim is to geophysically survey all the remaining open areas within and around the town. We [...]
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
Active fieldwork survey programme & geophysics. Major joint project with local history society researching medieval Berwick. Monthly guest lectures. Well resourced by recent lottery grant.
All periods to present and all interests. Covering the South Hams District of South Devon. Annual sub ?10.00 payable to SHARG
Royal Asiatic Society
PFAG is a group of enthusiasts in Warrington, who spend time at weekends undertaking practical field archaeology. Previous excavations include a 17th century Quaker farmhouse at Frandley, and have just excavated an underground pump room at Walton Hall, Walton Gardens. We also have an evening meeting once a month. We are negotiating a new project [...]
Monthly lecture programme and outings. The society is one of the major participants in the Thames Foreshore Project at weekends, volunteers welcome. Quarterly newsletter.
The Society, launched in February 1996, exists for the support of all aspects of toponymic studies in Scotland, and in particular the work of the Scottish Place-Name Database at the University of St. Andrews and the University of Edinburgh.
Lancashire Archaeological Society provides an annual programme of seven regular lecture meetings and talks through the winter months and three or four guided walks, outings or visits during summer. Members? interests are diverse and range from professional and academic to dilettante and recreational. Once a year the AGM and Members? Meeting provides an opportunity for [...]
Programme of lecture meetings and outings. Publish regular newsletter, annual journal and occasional papers. Excavation on Sundays from April to October at the Gatehampton Farm Roman villa. Occasional fieldwalking and surveying. Volunteers and new members welcome. Affiliated to the CBA South Midlands Group and a member of the CIA. We also carry out local archaeological [...]
A small society arranges talks (Oct – April, Monthly) & occasional visits. Also interested in recording industrial sites mostly in South Cambridgeshire.
Programme of lectures and excursions. Has its own library and publishes a journal. Young archaeologists club.
Potteries existed on Verwood Heath and the surrounding area from 1260 to 1952, and Penny Copland Griffiths has been researching them since 1972 and has identified some 42 kiln sites. In 2000 the Trust received a ?60,000 Lottery Award for a travelling exhibition which was launched at Dorchester on 31st May 2002. The Trust conducts [...]