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.
Programme of lectures from October to April. Outings. Publishes autumn news sheet and spring magazine. Monitors planning applications.
Programme of monthly lectures October to April. Also carries out fieldwork survey projects and watching briefs on developments.
The Uttoxeter Archaeological Society (U.A.S.) was formed in September 2002 to explore the Archaeology of Uttoxeter and the surrounding area. This amateur society aims to provide a focus for people interested in the towns’ history and prehistory. The society undertakes a range of activities including a programme of talks, School after school clubs, collection exhibitions, […]
Ancient materials, technology and conservation co-operative. Runs workshops in experimental archaeology, makes replicas, and carries out technological and conservation research. Displays and public viewing gallery attached to foundry in Chatham’s Historic Dockyard.
The Friends of the Newport Ship (S.O.S.) is a Registered Charity formed in 2002 to promote knowledge and information about the Newport Mediaeval Ship and to foster an appreciation of the maritime and industrial heritage of South Wales. The Association aims to provide a forum for debate, monitor progress on conservation of the vessel and […]
The society meets in St Columba’s Church, Perth Road, Crieff and have outings in the Summer.
The Chesterton Project. The Team have discovered Roman settlements of national importance. We have partly excavated and surveyed the Chesterton Roman house and Mosaics. Also a program of geophysical surveys of the Roman Town and settlement at Windmill Farm. Recent joint projects with English Heritage Centre for Archaeology Evaluation at Chesterton Moat, Church End to […]
Conducts regular site watching throughout the London Borough of Barnet. Carries out fieldwork and excavation. Runs a regular programme of lectures and outings and a monthly newsletter.