A forum representing archaeologists working for local authorities in the UK, the association’s interests embrace every aspect of the historic environment including archaeology, the built environment and historic landscapes. ALGAO works in partnership with Government, English Heritage and other agencies to develop strategic policies and to promote best practice and the highest professional standards. Since […]
Category: National Organisations
The National Council for Metal Detecting is a representative body of elected volunteers formed in 1981 to provide a means whereby responsible metal detector users would have a democratic forum to discuss problems affecting the hobby and to provide an authoritative voice to counter ill-informed and frequently misleading criticism of the hobby. Contact Details Web: […]
Restoration of late c18/early c19 inland canal/waterway port of Bugsworth Basin, nr Whaley Bridge. Assistance always welcome with surveying and recording, occasional excavation work. canal/tramway interchange.
A society to study smaller traditional buildings. A winter and spring conference and an annual journal. The ‘Vernacular Architecture Group Dendrochronology Database’ & the VAG bibliography are available on ADS website at:http://ads.ahds.ac.uk/catalogue/
The aim of the Society is to promote the study of Hadrian’s Wall, The Roman army and Roman frontiers in general.
As part of the History, Classics and Archaeology subject centre, Archaeology HCA support teaching and learning in higher education across the UK. Please see the website for further details.
A grant giving organisation. Grants given towards excavation, research and publication relating to Romano-British sites and material, also offering bursaries to support 6th formers wishing to take part in archaeological fieldwork.
Promoting the study, preservation and presentation of Britain’s Industrial Heritage
The NAS is a voluntary organisation formed to further the interests of our nautical heritage. NAS runs a training scheme available to all, in the theory and practice of underwater archaeology and runs projects in UK and overseas.
The Society provides a forum for the exchange of information and research in metallurgical history. HMS covers all aspects of the history of metals and associated materials from prehistory to yesterday. It publishes Historical Metallurgy. It holds two meetings each year, mainly for members and occasional other meetings.