A volunteer unit designed to investigate and promote the archaeology of the Newark area whilst at the same time training members to a professional standard in all techniques of archaeological investigation. Activities include field walking and research, aerial photography and excavation. We have our own resistivity equipment and put on many exhibitions in the local […]
Promotion of Archaeology in S E Cornwall, Plymouth, W & S Devon by provision of Winter lectures and Summer Site visits. Occasional field work.
Programme of monthly meetings and lectures. Local walks and trips. Publishes ‘The Kenfig Journal’ and booklets on local history. Ongoing excavation on the outskirts of the town of Kenfig, buried by sand dunes in the 15th century.
Society in the Boston (south Lincolnshire) area, providing lectures, study days and field trips on topics related to the ancient world. Open to all with an interest in ancient history.
Publishes biennial journal, called Calatria, which includes archaeological, architectural & historical themes. Excavation & fieldwalking exercises held each year. In 2003 the Society assisted Falkirk Museum at the excavation of the gateway to the annexe to the Roman Fort at Mumrills on the Antonine Wall. Each year a graveyard in the Falkirk district is surveyed […]
Organises excursions and publishes a newsletter twice a year. Survey and fieldwork training for members. Engaged in field survey and documentary research, but no excavation at present.
Annual journal, lectures, walks and conferences. Newsletter 3 times a year
Co-ordinating the local involvement in a major three year project – a Full Archaeological Survey of the Forest of Dean. Co-ordinated by Gloucestershire Archaeological Service and funded by English Heritage, The Countryside Agency, and the County Council, the Survey includes desk-based and field survey projects, with experiments in finding new ways to survey archaeological sites […]
Programme of monthly lecture meetings from September to March. Monthly visits from April to September. Annual long weekend study tour. Publish an annual newsletter. Undertake excavations and fieldwork, whenever possible. We usually arrange some activity for the general public on national Archaeology Day.
Monthly lectures and visits to sites of historic interest. Occasional papers and research projects published in Cirencester Miscellany. Correspondent on planning applications. No excavation programme but supports local work by other bodies.