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Mellor Archaeological Trust

Mellor Archaeological Trust

Based in Greater Manchester, the Trust was founded in 2000 after  the discovery in 1998 of an Iron Age ditch in the garden of The Old Vicarage next to Mellor Church.   Excavations continued until 2009 and have been described as the largest for a generation of a hillfort in North West England. The project […]

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Norfolk Historic Buildings Group

The society, active since 2000, collects and records information on Norfolk’s historic buildings for those with an appreciation of the area’s rich heritage. NHBG organises a series of winter talks which are open to the public  and summer visits and activities for  group members. They also run a wide range of activities including courses on […]

oxfordshire architectural and historical society

Oxfordshire Architectural & Historical Society

The society, which has been in operation for almost 200 years, is still active in investigating Oxfordshire’s past. They hold fortnightly speaker meetings in winter and excursions in Summer, to which non-members are welcome. All but the five latest issues of  Oxoniensia, the Oxfordshire county journal, are  now available for free online. Contact Details Website: […]

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Maidenhead Archaeological & Historical Society

This friendly, local society encourages exploration and learning about the Maidenhead area. They are currently working  with the Maidenhead Heritage Trust to establish a permanent heritage centre or town museum and produce an annual survey of a town feature, such as local churches and pubs. The society runs trips and a monthly series of lectures […]

Pontefract and District Archaeological Society

Founded over fifty years ago, PontArch aims to ‘foster and promote the study of archaeology and its contribution to history, especially in and around Pontefract.’  Lucky enough to have several prominent archaeologists at the fore, the society runs frequent excavations, fieldwalking, Geophysical surveys and holds a winter lecture programme. They also have a Young Archaeologist’s […]

Traditional Architecture Group

Traditional Architecture Group

TAG is an affiliate of the national Vernacular Architecture group and has links with the North East Vernacular Architecture Group. They record urban and rural buildings, especially those at risk, and research their history, focussing on the ‘vernacular’ buildings of Northumberland, Durham, and Tyne & Wear. Reports on buildings the group has studied are published […]

Perth-and-Kinross-Heritage-Trust

Perth & Kinross Heritage Trust

Founded in 1988, the trust sets out to conserve local heritage through  the development of projects and administration of  grants, providing information and advice and running a programme of publications and outreach events. They aim to provide a resource for education for local communities and tourists alike, through preservation of the  physical heritage of the […]

North East Vernacular Architecture Group

Founded in 1991, NEVAG operates within Country Durham, Northumberland and areas to the south of the Tees. The society encourages involvement with and understanding of the craftsmanship behind the  North East’s lesser traditional buildings, such as cottages and farms, linked with  the daily lives of the ordinary people who lived in them.  They aim to […]

Scottish Underwater Arch

Scottish Trust for Underwater Archaeology

The Scottish Trust for Underwater Archaeology (registered charity number SCO18418) was formed to promote the research, recording and preservation of Scotland’s underwater heritage. With the help of volunteers and grants, they were in charge of the crannog reconstruction which forms the focal point of the Scottish Crannog Centre at Loch Tay, Perthshire. The Trust carries […]

GAG

Grantham Archaeology Group

A small but dedicated group of amateur archaeologists directed by David Hibbitt, who undertake archaeological research in and around the Grantham area. They run projects throughout the year on various sites in the area and further afield. Activities include fieldwalking, surveying and occasional excavation. Geophysical surveys are also undertaken for themselves and for other groups. […]

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