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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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Archaeology in Marlow (AiM)

Archaeology in Marlow’s aim is to investigate and discover the archaeology and pre-history of Marlow Town and its surrounding parishes. Everyone is welcome to join and members enjoy research, fieldwork, training courses, talks and visits. AIM’s aim is to involve as many people as possible in practical archaeology and research and also to entertain them […]

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South Leeds Archaeology Group

South Leeds Archaeology (SLA), brings together individuals who are interested in archaeology, share information, learn from each other and further everyone’s understanding. Founded in 2005 by a group of like minded individuals and spearheaded by their archaeology teacher, SLA now has over 20 members. It works closely with the West Yorkshire Achieve Service (WYAS). What […]

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PRESS RELEASE: Professor Roberta Gilchrist wins prestigious Archaeologist of the Year award for 2016

  Top honours for Archaeologist of the Year at the prestigious Current Archaeology Awards went to Professor Roberta Gilchrist. A pioneer in social approaches to medieval archaeology, she has addressed new questions on gender, age, and belief, and has published numerous major studies on medieval nunneries, hospitals, castles and burials. Her recently published monograph Glastonbury Abbey: archaeological excavations 1904-1979 […]

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PRESS RELEASE: Drumclay crannog wins prestigious Rescue Dig of the Year award for 2016

Nora Bermingham and Caitríona Moore accept Current Archaeology’s prestigious Rescue Dig of the Year award for 2016, for their work on the Drumclay crannog The award for Rescue Dig of the Year was accepted by Dr Nora Bermingham and Caitríona Moore who carried out the rare excavation of a crannog (a medieval artificial island) in Co. Fermanagh on behalf […]

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Heritage Writtle

Heritage Writtle are a small enthusiastic community group based in the historic Village of Writtle in Essex. There are some 30 members, from a wide range of disciplines, all of whom have an interest in archaeology and local history. The group was formed in 2004, as a result of finding some Roman remains and road […]

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