Author: CA

Yeovil Archaeological & Local History Society

The Yeovil Archaeological and Local History Society was founded in 1954 and publishes a bi-annual newsletter and an annual journal (called Chronicle). There is a programme of winter lectures and summer field visits. We also have close contacts with local university run field projects (particularly at South Cadbury) and run small projects ourselves. In 2004 […]

Melton Fieldworkers

Conducts watching briefs on behalf of Leicestershire Museums Service. Provides advice to public library, local museum and borough council. Talks to local schools and other groups. Occasionally carries out excavations. Historical articles in local press.

Billericay Archaeological & Historical Society

Talks, coach trips, local historical research. Recently published a small booklet Billericay in 1900. Recording of monumental inscriptions on behalf of Essex Society for Family History. At present processing finds etc from previous digs for publication, and raising funds for this project. Contact www.billericayarchandhistsociety.co.uk

Staffordshire Archaeological and Historical Society

SAHS covers the whole of Staffordshire. The society was founded in 1959 and has published transactions almost annually since. It is a large society with a considerable institutional membership. Talks by eminent speakers are given throughout the winter months to meetings of the society. In the summer months other events are organised for the varied […]

Telford Historical & Archaeological Society

The Telford Historical and Archaeological Society (THAS) are a regisered charity (No. 512397). Founded in 1981 to exploit and promote the extensive historical and archaeological material which exists in the vicinity of Telford.This aim is achieved by offering six meeting a year with guest lecturers. These are arranged on the first Thursday of each month […]

West Norfolk and Kings Lynn Archaeological Society

Programme of monthly lectures during winter and visits. Survey and exploratory work on a possible Romano-British site. Visits, and social activities during the summer months. Lectures held at Farmers Arms, Knights Hill Hotel, South Wootton, King’s Lynn.