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 […]
The Architectural and Archaeological Society of Durham and Northumberland welcomes all those interested in the history, architecture and archaeology of the region. It organises a programme of lectures, guided excursions and fieldwork days. Publications include the Durham Archaeological Journal and a series of research reports. Contact details Web: www.aasdn.org.uk
Programme of lectures and visits, publishes a newsletter and journal, and has its own library. A very active society that maintains a register of volunteers and has a training programme for volunteers.
The Field Group of the Society is active across the whole range of archaeological field work, including earthwork and geophysical surveys, excavations, fieldwalking as well as organising training sessions on finds drawing, desk top research, EDM work plus lectures and site visits. The Society publishes the Wiltshire Archaeological and Natural History Magazine which aims to […]
Programme of lectures October to May. Day-long excursions in summer. The club has its own library and publishes an annual journal, The Montgomeryshire Collections, as well as various other publications. The Club published a Millennium volume: An Historical Atlas of Montgomeryshire. In 2003 published Transportation by Montgomeryshire Courts 1788-1868 by Brian Owen
Active field, records and publications groups. Field work includes topographic and geophysical surveying, field walking, and group training days. Currently excavations at Chesham Bois and geophysical surveys of Roman villas in Chess Valley. Landscape GIS based research study, Prehistoric to Post-medieval of Chess and Misbourne Valleys.
Two all-day Saturday meetings a year and an outdoor visit in the summer, with other excursions on an occasional basis. Website: www.britarch.ac.uk/cbaem
Organises excursions and publishes a newsletter twice a year. Survey and fieldwork training for members. Engaged in field survey and documentary research, but no excavation at present.