Predominantly a series of monthly evening meetings from September to April inclusive with at least one summer visit to a house of historical interest.
Publishes the annual journal Northamptonshire Archaeology, and occasional newsletters. The society organises a network of volunteers who assist the country planning department particularly with monitoring development work. A book on the archaeology of the county was published in 2004. Individual membership is ?10, family membership ?12. Back issues of the journal can be bought for […]
The 2005 season concluded the examination of the Neolithic and Bronze Age ritual burial complex at Trostrey Castle near Usk. Found below this were rectangular Neolithic houses. This project is now being written up and it is hoped that work will start on a new site in 2006.
Fortnightly lecture series during the winter. Summer programme of walks, visits and field work including resistivity surveys, fieldwalking and topographical surveys. Society has an extensive library. Excavation Sundays and some other days July to October 2006
Annual journal, lectures, walks and conferences. Newsletter 3 times a year
Publishes Transactions. Has an excursion and lecture programme of local interest.
Record and study the traditional buildings of Somerset. Stage 1, 2 & 3 of the Somerset Dendrochronology project – dating the medieval houses in the county has now been completed.
The Friends of the Newport Ship (S.O.S.) is a Registered Charity formed in 2002 to promote knowledge and information about the Newport Mediaeval Ship and to foster an appreciation of the maritime and industrial heritage of South Wales. The Association aims to provide a forum for debate, monitor progress on conservation of the vessel and […]
MARS undertakes commercial and research surveys with metal detectors using the MARS system of fifty metre squares with finds recorded to the nearest metre. We are currently evaluating a GPS system which claims to be accurate to at least three metres. Our research is mostly on Roman and medieval sites, under the plough, with the […]