The Royal Institution of Cornwall runs this independent museum with a successful schools service and reference library. The museum has a permanent display on the history of Cornwall from the Prehistoric to the present day as well as the natural history of Cornwall, a world famous collection of minerals and a pre-eminent collections of ceramics […]
The society meets in St Columba’s Church, Perth Road, Crieff and have outings in the Summer.
The Yorkshire Vernacular Buildings Study Group researches and records the vernacular architecture of Yorkshire, organises day-schools, conferences and walkabouts, and publishes newssheets and an annual journal.
The Society concerned with the preservation, restoration and conservation of the finest Victorian gasworks in Northern Ireland. After receiving substantial grants, the museum is now fully restored and open to the public.
Monthly lectures. Twice yearly visits.
For the protection, restoration and research of old mine sites, especially buildings and structures, in Wales and the Borders.
Programme of 6 lectures October to May. Continuing project of recording stone walls and ridge-and-furrow. Work continues towards publication of previously completed projects.
May15 2004, AGM & meeting at Dragon Hall.
We regrettably do not do any active archaeology, but liaise closely with the Exmoor National Park and their activities in that field.
Monthly lectures and visits to sites of historic interest. Occasional papers and research projects published in Cirencester Miscellany. Correspondent on planning applications. No excavation programme but supports local work by other bodies.