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North Bucks Archaeological Society

Part of the Buckinghamshire Archaeological society, this active amateur organisation is based in the Milton Keynes area. The society aims to provide a forum and focal point for people interested in archaeology, and to broaden the discipline’s popularity. They arrange talks and lectures and increase the known archaeology of Milton Keynes by carrying out practical […]

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Buckinghamshire Archaeological Society

The Society was founded in 1847 and is one of the oldest in the country. It established  the County Museum and still owns the main museum buildings and a large part of its collections. They  cover the whole of the old historic county of Buckinghamshire from Milton Keynes in the north to Eton in the […]

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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 […]

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Basingstoke Archaeological & Historical Society

An active society since 1970 seeking to promote the history and archaeology of the Basingstoke and North Hampshire area with a comprehensive programme of lectures, outings & fieldwork. The society produces a quarterly newsletter and have several publications available for purchase. New members & visitors warmly welcomed. Contact Details Website:


Kent Archaeological Society

Run with the desire to encourage local groups to remain active in the Kent area, this active society organises frequent lectures, excursions and training excavations. It also publishes the academic journal Archaeologia Cantiana, featuring 300 pages on  Kent’s history and archaeology that is free to members. Members also receive a Newsletter two times a year. […]

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Sussex University Archaeology Society

An archaeological society focusing on promoting the study of archaeology in Sussex. Set up and run by students, the group welcomes non-students and features a diverse membership including professional archaeologists. A newsletter is produced for members four times a year, to which members are encouraged to submit articles. They also hold a Winter Lecture series […]

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London and Middlesex Archaeological Society

LAMAS was established in 1855 to investigate the early history and antiquities of London, Westminster and the Middlesex area. A programme of frequent lectures is held at the Museum of London on a range of subjects from Medieval stone masonry to  the Official London Blue Plaques Scheme. They publish a newsletter and a ‘Society Transactions’ […]


Worthing Archaeological Society

Archaeology students and interested members of the public alike can take part in Worthing Archaeological Society’s many  fieldwork opportunities, including surveying, field-walking, finds processing and small-scale  excavation and recording. The society runs a programme of lectures from October to April and summer visits by coach to various archaeological sites of interest. They are engaged year […]

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CBA South East Region

Advocates for Public Archaeology across Sussex, Surrey and Kent. They support every aspect of archaeology across Kent, Sussex and Surrey, and their primary aim is to ensure that the  cultural heritage of South-East Britain can be enjoyed and acknowledged by everybody. Contact Details Web: E-mail:


Lenham Archaeological Society

This society was formed in August 2002 after involvement in the watching brief on the new Community Centre. They found many interesting items on the field before building commenced and these are now displayed in a cabinet in the foyer outside the main hall. Since then they have gone from strength to strength. The amount […]

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