Local Societies

West Norfolk and Kings Lynn Archaeological Society

Programme of monthly lectures during winter and visits. Survey and exploratory work on a possible Romano-British site. Visits, and social activities during the summer months. Lectures held at Farmers Arms, Knights Hill Hotel, South Wootton, King’s Lynn.

Biggar Museum Trust Archaeology Group

All year round upland survey, arable fieldwalking, rescue and research excavation, museum post excavation work, displays, lectures, demonstration events, handling collection, Young Archaeologists Club. Specific area of fieldwork is Clydesdale and Tweedsdale, all voluntary, new members welcome.

Phoenix MM Archaeology and Historic Research

Programme of monthly meetings. Quarterly newsletter and activity reports. Fieldwalking in the Banbury area is planned. Excavation at the Roman site has now ended. New members welcome.

Welsh Historic Gardens Trust

Programme of lectures and meetings. Publishes a newsletter and a journal ‘Gerddi’. Carries out the recording of parks and gardens throughout Wales. Also carries out documentary research.

Trevithick Society

Industrial archaeology in Cornwall and West Devon. Regular monthly meetings, field trips. Quarterly newsletter and annual journal.

Dean Archaeological Group

Co-ordinating the local involvement in a major three year project – a Full Archaeological Survey of the Forest of Dean. Co-ordinated by Gloucestershire Archaeological Service and funded by English Heritage, The Countryside Agency, and the County Council, the Survey includes desk-based and field survey projects, with experiments in finding new ways to survey archaeological sites […]

Dumfries & Galloway Natural History & Antiquarian Society

The routine business of the Society comprises a series of (usually) 11 Winter evening lecture meetings – one of which is usually a ‘Members’ Night’. All meetings, unless otherwise indicated, are held in the Cumberland Street Day Centre, Dumfries, at 7.30 p.m. The final meeting of the Winter Session is normally held in Kirkcudbright. During […]