Midlands

Midlands

Lincoln field school

Lincoln Archaeological Field School 2019: Exploring Roman and Medieval Lincoln

Based in the heart of a stunning historic city, the Lincoln Archaeological Field School is a training excavation run by Bishop Grosseteste University on the site of St Hugh’s, a Grade II listed building located on an Augustinian friary founded in the thirteenth century. Immediately adjacent to the northern extension of Ermine Street, this site […]

Bradgate

Bradgate Park Fieldschool

Excavating Tudor history. In our fifth and final season of the Bradgate Park Fieldschool we will be focussing attention on excavating the childhood home of Lady Jane Grey: the nine days Tudor queen. Our previous excavations within Bradgate House revealed that there is an earlier stone phase beneath the standing brick ruin. Our excavations this […]

Scremby

Scremby Osteology Field School

The 2019 season will run in two sessions, from 7th July to 19th July, and 21st July – 4th August. Both sessions follow the same schedule. We are now accepting applications from international and UK students. Based near the village of Scremby on the southern tip of the Lincolnshire Wolds, England, you will have the […]

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The Sherwood Forest Archaeological Training Fieldschool

This is not an ordinary field school – this is a ‘Training Field School’ where you will learn about all aspects of archaeological excavation and receive hands on training and learning from archaeological professionals in the heart of Sherwood Forest. This course is suitable for all levels from beginner to experienced digger. You will receive […]

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Hanwell Park

This will be the 7th. year of archaeological investigation into the seventeenth-century gardens at Hanwell Castle, part of a programme of doctoral research with the University of Oxford. We will be concentrating on the excavation of a water parterre based on an octagonal stone lined island which may be the location of the famous ‘House […]

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South Worcestershire Archaeological Group (SWAG)

South Worcestershire Archaeological Group (SWAG) was founded in 1981 by Peter Price, Philip Barker, and Jan Wills. Originally founded to focus on investigating landscape archaeology, they have carried out a number of projects over the years. SWAG aims to encourage local people to learn about archaeology and history. They organise walks and visits during the summer, lectures and workshops […]

Offa's Dyke Centre featured

Offa’s Dyke Association

An independent voluntary organisation spreading the word about Offa’s Dyke and the history and landscape of the England-Wales border. The association seeks to promote and protect the 1200-year-old Offa’s Dyke and the Offa’s Dyke Path, a National Trail 177 miles long. They manage the Offa’s Dyke Centre at Knighton which has a free public exhibition, a shop […]

Oswestry

Oswestry & Border History & Archaeology Group

Oswestry & Border History & Archaeology Group, usually known as OBHAG, is an active and friendly group with a wide appeal to anyone interested in the history and heritage of this area. Our programme encompasses a broad range of archaeological and historical topics, and members are actively engaged in a variety of projects and initiatives. […]

SIAS featured

Staffordshire Industrial Archaeology Society

Programme of monthly lectures held September to April at Tixall Village Hall. Publishes a journal. Contact details Web: www.staffsia.org.uk Email: tixandrews@hotmail.co.uk Tel: 01785 246101 Address: Jim Andrews, 2 The Hanyards, Tixall, Stafford ST18 0XY

wolverhampton

Wolverhampton Archaeology Group

The Wolverhampton Archaeology Group aims to support and encourage the practice of archaeology in and around the City of Wolverhampton. There are regular meetings and archaeological projects which are undertaken by group members. Contact Details Web:  www.tlaloc.demon.co.uk Facebook:  facebook.com/pages/Wolverhampton-Archaeology-Group  

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