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Federation for Ulster Local Studies Ltd

The Federation was set up to promote and assist with the study and recording of the history, antiquities and folk-life of Ulster, to develop communication and co-operation between local historical groups and between these groups and relevant statutory and voluntary organisations. Contact Details Web: www.fuls.org.uk E-mail: info@fuls.org.uk Tel: +44(0)28 71861696  

Yorkshire, Howsham; FoGS members watching the waterwheel in oper

Forest of Galtres Society

Holding infrequent meetings since 1953, the society now offers those from Easingwold Rural District with an interest in local history a varied programme  of events, lectures and summer outings. They seek to foster an appreciation and preservation of local historical treasures and heritage both tangible and intangible. Contact Details Website: www.forestofgaltressociety.org E-mail: helen@forestofgaltressociety.org

Berkshire Archaeological Society

The Berkshire Archaeological Society was founded in 1871 and exists to explore, care for and promote the Historic Environment of the past and present county of Berkshire. Activities Programme of lectures: run every month from September to April Visits and walks: to sites of interest in and around Berkshire Annual Day School: held annually in […]

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Moray Archaeology for All

Since the 1990s, National Museums Scotland have been  researching the Iron Age people of the Moray area, their links to the Roman world, and the development of the Picts. The Moray Archaeology for All community project has allowed the interaction of local people with all that goes on pre-, during and post-excavation. Volunteers and hundreds […]

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Scottish Vernacular Buildings Working Group

The Scottish Vernacular Buildings Working Group was founded in 1972 to provide a focus for people interested in the study of traditional vernacular buildings of Scotland. It involves a programme of study days and weekends and the publication of an annual journal, Vernacular Building, which includes a wide range of short papers covering all aspects […]

North Bucks Archaeological Society

Part of the Buckinghamshire Archaeological society, this active amateur organisation is based in the Milton Keynes area. The society aims to provide a forum and focal point for people interested in archaeology, and to broaden the discipline’s popularity. They arrange talks and lectures and increase the known archaeology of Milton Keynes by carrying out practical […]

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Buckinghamshire Archaeological Society

The Society was founded in 1847 and is one of the oldest in the country. It established  the County Museum and still owns the main museum buildings and a large part of its collections. They  cover the whole of the old historic county of Buckinghamshire from Milton Keynes in the north to Eton in the […]

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Rotherham Archaeological Society

Rotherham Archaeological Society is a voluntary body dedicated to the preservation of Rotherham’s historic buildings and to the investigation and recording of its archaeology and heritage. A number of events are organised each year, and they offer a Dissertation Prize  for Level 3 students in the Department of Archaeology at Sheffield University designed to encourage […]

Edinburgh Archaeological Field Society

Edinburgh Archaeological Field Society

The Society, which exists to foster an interest in archaeology by encouraging members to play an active part in the discipline, was founded in 1971 as the East of Scotland Archaeological Association. In 1975, on becoming affiliated to the Council for British Archaeology, the name was changed to reflect the Society’s intention of maintaining an […]

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Friends of Castleshaw Roman Forts

The Friends of Castleshaw Roman Forts is a group set up to help look after the Roman forts of the Castleshaw area and to get people involved in the various initiatives and events which have come out of the Castleshaw Working Party’s Conservation Management Plan. In 1958, the importance of Castleshaw as an upland national […]

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