Society for Lincolnshire History & Archaeology

Today the Society has a membership of about 700 worldwide and caters for a wide span of interests. In the 1960s and 70s archaeology was very popular; many members were diggers and researchers. The 1970s and 80s witnessed the birth and huge expansion of family history studies leading to a new Lincolnshire society (The Lincolnshire […]

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Birmingham Roman Roads Project

Birmingham Roman Roads Project is about Roman roads and, in particular, those around Birmingham, UK,  which they have been studying since 1994. They use geophysical survey, fieldwalking, watching briefs, map-work, aerial archaeology and archival research in an attempt to locate vanished Roman Roads within the bounds of the present day City of Birmingham heading for […]


Vaughan Archaeological & Historical Society

The Vaughan Archaeological and Historical Society was formed on November 18th, 1947. Originally the Society was sponsored by Vaughan College, Leicester and 75% of its members had to be students of that body. In 1955 the status was changed to that of an Associated Society and membership became open. The first President was Dr W […]


CBA South Midlands Group

The CBA South Midlands group, an autonomous local group under the umbrella of the national Council for British Archaeology. CBA South Midlands covers four counties –  Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Northamptonshire and Oxfordshire. They are an educational charity working to involve people in archaeology and to promote the appreciation and care of the historic environment for the […]


Solihull Archaeological Group

Meetings are held for lectures on the third Tuesday of the month between September and June each year in the John Palmer Hall, Union Road, Solihull (across the Warwick Road from House of Fraser). These talks cover a wide range of subjects of general of local archaeological interest and general or local history. Meetings start […]


Upper Nene Archaeological Society (UNAS)

The Society exists to promote study and interest in the practice of Archaeology, to discover and investigate sites and the preservation of things of archaeological interest of all periods. If you are interested in Archaeology, whether as a beginner (total beginners are very welcome), or as an experienced archaeologist and will comply with its rules, […]


Priories Historical Society

Priories Historical Society was formed in June 2000 with the intention of bringing a wide variety of talks to the public. We are predominantly interested in the history and archaeology of the local area which covers Nottinghamshire and South Yorkshire although we do have talks on interesting topics from further afield such as Sutton Hoo, […]


Burbage Heritage Group

Burbage Heritage Group was started in December 2000 to promote an appreciation of the history, architecture, landscape and wildlife in Burbage village and parish. We aim to encourage interest in the heritage of the community through a regular programme of meetings and parish walks. The group meet on the first Thursday of each month at […]

Loughborough Archaeological & Historical Society

Monthly meetings during the winter feature illustrated talks on a wide variety of subjects. Excursions are organised in the summer to places of interest. New members always welcome. Contact details Web: www.loughboroughpastandpresent.org/lahs Email: secretary@loughboroughpastandpresent.org

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