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Bedford Architectural, Archaeological & Local History Society

Bedford Architectural, Archaeological & Local History Society’s foundation can be traced back to November 1888 when the Bedford Amateur Natural History Society came into being. Over the years there have been several name changes, the latest being in 2008 after the merger with the Bedford Society (founded 1966). The Society is a Registered Charity. They are […]

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Oswestry & Border History & Archaeology Group

Oswestry & Border History & Archaeology Group, usually known as OBHAG, is an active and friendly group with a wide appeal to anyone interested in the history and heritage of this area. Our programme encompasses a broad range of archaeological and historical topics, and members are actively engaged in a variety of projects and initiatives. […]

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The Dover Society

The Dover Society work together with local government and other organisations to assist with the preservation of the historic town of Dover. They are passionate about Dover’s past, present and future. Meetings All indoor meetings are held at St Mary’s Parish Centre. Non-members are welcome at all society meetings and outings and are advised to […]

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Rochford Hundred Field Archaeology Group

Rochford Hundred Field Archaeology Group (RHFAG) is a small South East Essex archaeological group that has been going for 23 years. Members like practical work and to be out in the open air. The group’s activities include fieldwalking, geophysics, surveying, excavation, pot-washing, archaeological drawing, matrixing, research and writing up. RHFAG has published in Medieval Ceramics and though we have […]

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Early Medieval Wales Archaeology Research Group

For over 20 years EMWARG has promoted research and debate on the archaeology of Early Medieval Wales through regular lecture days and colloquia. The group continues to welcome membership from students and academics, professional archaeologists and interested lay persons. EMWARG is currently organised by Nancy Edwards (Professor of Medieval Archaeology, Bangor University) and Marion Shiner […]

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Wilmslow Community Archaeology

A small group founded in 2006, Wilmslow Community Archaeology are currently engaged on a study of the multi-period parish church, St Bartholomew,  and a churchyard survey.  Their aim is to gain an understanding of the parish of Wilmslow by pairing  the known historical records with findings from the archaeological methods used in their fieldwork. The […]

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Surrey Archaeological Society

Surrey Archaeological Society runs a programme of lectures, visits, and workshops, and provides training on a variety of topics, such as archaeological recording, artefact recognition, illustration etc. The Society publishes a Bulletin six times a year and their annual Collections, as well as occasional research volumes and other publications. They carry out landscape surveys, documentary research and […]

Huddersfield & District Archaeological Society

The Society actively studies, explores and records the archaeology of the Huddersfield area. It covers Pre-history, the Roman and Mediaeval periods and more recently, Industrial Archaeology. A Roman Interest Group has just been formed, whose priority is to find more links of the Roman Road across the Pennines A winter lecture series is held on […]

Halifax Antiquarian Society

Publishes transactions. Individual members have taken part in excavations and in recording for Sites and Monuments Record. Contact details Web: halifaxhistory.org.uk Email: halifaxantiquarian@gmail.com

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Archaeology on the Thames Foreshore – TDP

  The Thames Discovery Programme (TDP) is a community archaeology project recording the fast-eroding archaeology of the Thames; at low tide the Thames foreshore is the longest archaeological site in London. To date the project has recorded over 1000 features in the dynamic and fast changing intertidal zone of Greater London, including Mesolithic, Bronze Age […]

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