The Georgian Group campaigns against the neglect, maltreatment and destruction of Georgian buildings, parks and gardens in England and Wales. The Group also seeks to promote the enjoyment and understanding of the Georgian heritage by an active programme of education and publications. Membership is open to all and subscriptions enable us to continue our efforts […]
Aims to promote the study and public awareness of the history and development of the craft and craftspeople involved in the manufacture and design of jewellery. International membership. Programme of lecture meetings, occasional symposia and private views of museums. Publishes Jewellery Studies and Gem and Jewellery. Written correspondene only please.
Promotes post-medieval archaeology (from 1500 to 2000 AD) in Britain and abroad. Bi-annual journal, conferences and two newsletters a year.
Events at West Stow Anglo-Saxon Village, Suffolk
The primary focus is using computers within archaeology. It is a non-profit site which encourages participation of members to post their own content. We have also released a new UK Archaeology resource which uses the Google Maps AP1 (http://www.onlinearchaeology.co.uk/GoogleMap/Default.aspx). We are in the process of making the resource conform to heritage data standards by enabling […]
17th century living history & military group. Tented village is occupied by, among others, an armourer, swordsman, herbalist/hedgewitch, a spinster, a sutler (cook ) an surgeon. Military displays with muskets, hook guns. blunderbuss and cannon if required.
An amateur group of active field archaeologists working mainly in the Peak District and undertaking a wide range of projects: excavations, surveys, fieldwalking. Organises archaeological trips and visits for members.
No more exists, marion 29/05/08
Regular club meetings (10 times a year). Field trips, competitions, guest speakers and field work projects.
Archaeological consultancy providing desk-top surveys, evaluations, watching briefs and recording of buildings.