Lectures on local and national archaeology and history on every Wednesday except the 3rd Wednesday of every month October – April. Annual visits 3 times a year to sites of historic and archaeological interest.
The Belfast Naturalists Field Club provides an ideal focal point for amateurs and professionals interested in the natural sciences, the built environment and their histories. It has Archaeology, Botany, Geology and Zoology sections, open to all members. Activities cover the whole of Northern Ireland, not just Belfast and its environs. You do not need to […]
SCOLA covers all Greater London.
All year round upland survey, arable fieldwalking, rescue and research excavation, museum post excavation work, displays, lectures, demonstration events, handling collection, Young Archaeologists Club. Specific area of fieldwork is Clydesdale and Tweedsdale, all voluntary, new members welcome.
Dean & Chepstow YAC will be restarted and based at Cinderbury Iron Age Experience, Clearwell, Forest of Dean. Please check website for details.
Arkwright’s Cromford Mill was the world’s first successful water-powered cotton spinning mill. The Arkwright Society, a registered charity, is involved in a major restoration programme. Guided tours, shops, restaurant, offices
Publishes Transactions. Has an excursion and lecture programme of local interest.
The routine business of the Society comprises a series of (usually) 11 Winter evening lecture meetings – one of which is usually a ‘Members’ Night’. All meetings, unless otherwise indicated, are held in the Cumberland Street Day Centre, Dumfries, at 7.30 p.m. The final meeting of the Winter Session is normally held in Kirkcudbright. During […]
The Society owns and runs the Dorset County Museum which holds the County Archaeological Collections; provides research facilities and library; organises displays, lectures and day schools; has an active archaeological group; publicises archaeological events and excavations in its newsletter and publishes archaeological work undertaken in the county in the annual Proceedings of the Dorset Natural […]
The Society having dug in the Bray area of the Thames for many years has been able to assist the Oxford Archaeological Unit in their excavations at the Eton Rowing trench – see CA 148 and our members have been trowelling on the site. Members also support Slough Museum with rota of stewards and have […]