Programme of lectures and visits. Publishes a newsletter twice a year. Just finished a Survey of Fish Weirs in Taw/Torridge estuary. Summer 2005 completed 4th season of excavation of Bronze Age hillslope enclosure with roundhouse near Parracombe, North Devon. Working on survey of Parracombe village/associated farmsteads/boundaries. Various small projects. Training days held so far include […]
The archaeology of the Axe Valley
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.
Programme of winter lectures and summer visits, and also involved in documentary research, fieldwalking, and some contract work.
The B & G is one of the oldest county archaeological societies, publishing both Transactions and Record series. Maintains library. Research grants of up to ?500 offered each year. Closing date 1st February: details from Secretary.
Programme of lectures and visits, publishes a newsletter and journal, and has its own library. A very active society that maintains a register of volunteers and has a training programme for volunteers.
Predominantly a series of monthly evening meetings from September to April inclusive with at least one summer visit to a house of historical interest.
Programme of lectures, visits, fieldwalking surveys and watching briefs. Publishes annual journal the Rutland Record.
Registered charity which supports archaeological activity in the city of Bristol. It provides advice to archaeologists working in the city and helps to provide funds to facilitate their work and to inform the public about the city’s past. A programme of events and visits is planned for 2006-7. We are also planning a one-day symposium […]
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.