Desk -based archaeological & historical assessment of Elmswell Old Hall & surrounding landscape. Elmswell, Driffield, East Yorkshire.
Registered charity which supports archaeological activity in the city of Bristol. It provides advice to archaeologists working in the city and helps to provide funds to facilitate their work and to inform the public about the city’s past. A programme of events and visits is planned for 2006-7. We are also planning a one-day symposium […]
Monthly lectures. Twice yearly visits.
Programme of monthly lectures October to April. Also carries out fieldwork survey projects and watching briefs on developments.
Covers the whole Yorkshire area. Specialist sections include Prehistoric Research, Roman Antiquities, Medieval History, Local History, Industrial History, Family History, and Aerial Photography, bring the total membership to over 2,000. A regular programme of meetings and events is held at Claremont and, increasingly, around the County. The Grants Committee supports excavation and post-excavation work. A […]
The society was formed in 1984 with the aims of studying the wind and water mills of Wales advising on the preservation and usage and encouraging working millars.
Programme of winter lectures and summer excursions. A century of Archaeology in East Herts. published 1998. Publishes newsletter and ‘Hertfordshire Archaeology’.
Programme of monthly lectures at Saddleworth Museum. Publishes a quarterly bulletin and large range of maps, guides and books. Involved in excursions, archive research, industrial archaeology, conservation and excavation. Tours of Castleshaw Roman fort.
A friendly and enthusiastic group with members of all ages. We have monthly meetings, including site visits. There are opportunities to join in excavations locally.
Programme of monthly lecture meetings from September to March. Monthly visits from April to September. Annual long weekend study tour. Publish an annual newsletter. Undertake excavations and fieldwork, whenever possible. We usually arrange some activity for the general public on national Archaeology Day.