CADW (which is the Welsh for ‘To keep’) is the historic environment division of the Welsh Assembly Government. It is responsible for protecting, conserving and promoting ancient monuments and historic buildings in Wales.
Programme of outings. Visits to current sites. Contribute towards publication costs of CAT’s annual magazine, ‘The Colchester Archaeologist’.
The B & G is one of the oldest county archaeological societies, publishing both Transactions and Record series. Maintains library. Research grants of up to ?500 offered each year. Closing date 1st February: details from Secretary.
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
Surveys and records the historic landscapes and buildings within its ownership, and works with other conservationists to provide the balanced management and improved understanding and interpretation of those landscapes. Occasionally runs training excavations in co-operation with National Trust Working Holidays. Many regional offices and representatives. Volunteers accepted for field survey and documentary research.
The Advisory Board for Redundant Churches was established in 1969 as the independent statutory advisor to the Church Commissioners on churches proposed for redundancy, and former Anglican churches subject to the Pastoral Measure. The Board gives advice on the interest, quality and importance of churches and their contents, and the alteration and conversion of churches […]
Britain’s leading archaeological magazine, published 6 times a year for a subscription of ?20 a year. Publishes the Archaeology Handbook, the complete guide to everything that is going on in British archaeology, especially digs to join this summer.
Combat re-enactment and living history displays of the late Iron Age Celts of Southern Britain, 300 BC – AD 50.