Programme of lectures and outings. Publishes newsletters and bulletins. Carried out excavations on two ditched enclosures and members have been assisting the Roman Building Trust. Continuing fieldwork and processing of finds. Fieldwork and excavation at weekend or if there is an emergency.
Programme of meetings on aspects of ceramics in the West Midlands.
Working in caves beneath the Broadmarsh Centre not previously cleared, in order to extend public access.
A volunteer unit designed to investigate and promote the archaeology of the Newark area whilst at the same time training members to a professional standard in all techniques of archaeological investigation. Activities include field walking and research, aerial photography and excavation. We have our own resistivity equipment and put on many exhibitions in the local […]
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 […]
Dress as Romans in the different uniforms and costumes of the period 100 BC to 5th century AD. The Society also does Home Guard WW2 displays.
Monthly meetings to investigate new or inadequately recorded archaeological sites in Herefordshire and neighbouring counties. A twice yearly newsletter is published with news and events. Also publishes an annual journal recording the results of investigations & carries out documentary research.
The Society having dug in the Bray area of the Thames for many years has been able to assist the Oxford Archaeological Unit in their excavations at the Eton Rowing trench – see CA 148 and our members have been trowelling on the site. Members also support Slough Museum with rota of stewards and have […]
Aim: advancement of the study of archaeology by members of the public, through activities including lectures and field trips covering all periods and subjects, journal ‘Northern Archaeology’ and excavation in Northumberland.
Monthly lecture meetings. Visits to historic sites once or twice a year. Small museum opened from April to October.