This association aims to draw together all areas of analysis of human remains, and the study of human Bioarchaeology The association is aimed at all individuals, at any level. Membership is warmly welcomed from private individuals as well as those in units, universities, museums, and local societies. The association will be holding its sixth annual […]
The national charity which promotes local history and serves local historians. Publishes The Local Historian, a quarterly journal and Local History News, a topical magazine.
Established to promote education and research in mining history and all its aspects and to publish the useful results of such research.
To promote the study of the history of gardening, landscape gardening and horticulture in all its aspects. To promote the protection and conservation of historic parks, gardens & designed landscapes, & to advise on their restoration. To encourage the structure for the creation of new parks, gardens & designed landscapes. Annual programme of site visits, […]
Holds 3 conferences per annum, generally at the Courtauld Institute of Art, and prints 3 newsletters. Next conferences: March 24th 2001(Medieval Knitting before 1600), May 19th 2001(Textiles for Marriage and associated Festivities), October 20th 2001(10th anniversary celebration), March 16th 2002 (Pattern in Dress and Textiles), July 12th and 13th 2002 (Medieval Dyestuffs and Dyeing, with […]
TimeWatch is a campaigning organisation that aims to see better protection for Britain’s heritage places.
Devoted to archaeology at military sites. Frequently organise trips abroad to military sites.
The primary aim of the Council for Independent Archaeology is to explore and promote ways in which amateur archaeologists and local archaeological societies can contribute more effectively to archaeology. The council is run entirely by volunteers, and is financed by members’ subscriptions, which are ?6.00 p.a., or ?20.00 for four years. There is a quarterly […]
A membership organisation workinga cross all sectors and all disciplines to enhance and promote the interests of historic towns. the Forum’s events and publications focus on perennial and topical issues and offer a strong platform from which to lobby policy makers on behalf of historic towns and cities.
Applies the techniques of material science to relevant archaeological problems, principally the investigation of Archaeo-metallurgical related material. Provides a service to archaeologists for the characterisation of such material at a fair cost.