Conducts regular site watching throughout the London Borough of Barnet. Carries out fieldwork and excavation. Runs a regular programme of lectures and outings and a monthly newsletter.
Programme of monthly lectures September to May, and various walks and talks. Chairman tutors courses on archaeology throughout the local area for Cambridge University and W.E.A. List available on application. Francis Pryor MBE is the Hon. President. Contact Details Website: http://www.nharchsoc.org/
SAHS covers the whole of Staffordshire. The society was founded in 1959 and has published transactions almost annually since. It is a large society with a considerable institutional membership. Talks by eminent speakers are given throughout the winter months to meetings of the society. In the summer months other events are organised for the varied […]
Regular programme of lecture meetings and excursions mainly to sites in Nottinghamshire. Produces various publications including Transactions of the Society, volumes in the Records Series and a regular newsletter. The county’s principal historical and archaeological society, promoting research, publication and knowledge of Nottinghamshire’s history.
Ancient materials, technology and conservation co-operative. Runs workshops in experimental archaeology, makes replicas, and carries out technological and conservation research. Displays and public viewing gallery attached to foundry in Chatham’s Historic Dockyard.
Programme of winter lectures and summer outings. Several recent publications, including Hardknott Roman Fort report by P Bidwell, The Industrial Archaeology section particularly welcomes assistance.
Carries out aerial photographic research and follow-up fieldwork in the Tong area. Continuing work on reports of past excavations. Limited excavation work at weekends still ongoing.
Conducts watching briefs on behalf of Leicestershire Museums Service. Provides advice to public library, local museum and borough council. Talks to local schools and other groups. Occasionally carries out excavations. Historical articles in local press.
Programme of winter lectures and summer visits, and also involved in documentary research, fieldwalking, and some contract work.
The Society owns and runs the Dorset County Museum which holds the County Archaeological Collections; provides research facilities and library; organises displays, lectures and day schools; has an active archaeological group; publicises archaeological events and excavations in its newsletter and publishes archaeological work undertaken in the county in the annual Proceedings of the Dorset Natural […]