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Norfolk Industrial Archaeology Society

Recording industrial sites in Norfolk as they become redundant or if sites are required for new use. Monthly lecture meetings in Norwich. Publishes quarterly newsletter and Norfolk Industrial Archaeology Society Journal. Continues to maintain and run the unique water driven saw mill at Gunton Park. Contact details Web: www.norfolkia.org.uk

Oxford University Archaeological Society

OUAS meets every Tuesday night during term time with speakers from various institutions within the UK invited to give a talk to the society. After each meeting members usually go along to the pub where they can socialise and chat to the speaker in a more relaxed atmosphere. The society also runs excursions and social […]

Craswall Grandmontine Society

Founded to conserve and maintain the remains of Craswall Priory in Herefordshire. No excavation at this site, but see entry for Rauzet.

South Ainsty Archaeological Society

A newly formed group covering the area between the Ouse, the Wharfe and the A64. We plan a series of walks and talks with members getting involved in fieldwalking, training and ultimately a series of digs at our Knights Templar site.

Helmsley Archaeological Society

Programme of monthly lectures from September to April and outing in the summer. Biennial production of Ryedale Historian. Recently combined with Ryedale Vernacular Buildings Group. Possible research of Roman sites at Blansby Park, north of Pickering during the summer. Contact details Web: www.helmsleyarchaeologicalandhistoricalsociety.org.uk/

Sherwood Archaeological Society

Programme of lectures and outings and museum assistance. currently excavating a multi-period site Рa long term project. Publish quarterly newsletter. Contact details Web: www.sherwood-archaeology.org.uk

Geoscan Research

Suppliers of user-friendly geophysical instrumentation and software designed and manufactured specifically with the needs of both amateur and professional archaeologists in mind.

CIA – Council for Independent Archaeology

The CIA is proud to announce the successful development and production of the TR/CIA Resistivity Meter. This high performance resistivity meter is specially designed for use by local societies as well as by educational establishments and professional archaeologists, at a price that all can afford. The primary aim of the CIA is to explore and […]