Ingleborough Archaeology Group

Ingleborough Archaeology Group (IAG) is based in Ingleton in the Yorkshire Dales and has as its core area of operations the Ingleborough massif and the surrounding valleys of Kingsdale, Chapel le Dale and Ribblesdale. The Group was founded in 1996 under the direction of Alan King, one of the most active archaeologists in the Yorkshire […]

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Boston Spa & District Community Archaeology Group

Boston Spa and District Archaeology Group is a group of enthusiasts passionate about taking on local archaeology projects. They have been formed for over 10 years and  aim to encourage other community groups to take on projects. Contact Details Web:  www.bsparch.org.uk Tweet: @bsparch


East Riding Archaeological Society (ERAS)

The East Riding Archaeological Society is an active society of about 250 members. It aims to promote interest in archaeology, both in the local area and further a field, through a programme of lectures, excursions, publications and fieldwork. The East Riding Archaeological Society holds monthly lectures from September to April in the Wilberforce Building at […]

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South Yorkshire Industrial History Society

The South Yorkshire Industrial History Society, formerly the Sheffield Trades Historical Society, was formed in 1933 by people from local industries and the University of Sheffield who saw that much of the area’s industrial heritage was disappearing. The society is thought to be the worlds oldest local industrial history and preservation society and has had […]


North Craven Historical Research Group

The  North Craven Historical Research Group aims: To encourage, promote and facilitate research into the history, archaeology and vernacular architecture of the area of North Craven which is centred on Settle To provide research facilities for individuals, organisations and schools To provide training in the techniques necessary to carry out research To provide material for […]


Hunter Archaeological Society

The Hunter Archaeological Society studies and reports on the archaeology, history and architecture of South Yorkshire and North Derbyshire. The Society was founded in 1912 by a group of Sheffield professionals (solicitors, architects and the like), and named in recognition of the work of antiquarian Joseph Hunter in researching and recording the history of the […]


Friends of York Archaeological Trust for Excavation and Research

Formed in 1975, The Friends of YAT membership gives members the opportunity to learn more about the latest archaeological discoveries the Trust are involved with as well as learn about life in the past. By joining the Friends, members make a valuable contribution to the work of the Trust as every penny of profit is […]


John Wheelwright Archaeological Society

The society can be traced back to the Wheelwright Grammar School in Dewsbury, when a teacher, Max Lyne, formed an archaeological society in the 1960s. It is now open to all who are interested in learning about and participating in archaeology. Contact Details Web: www.jwas.org.uk E-mail: potandclay@btinternet.com Tel: 01924 492507


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, […]

South Ainsty Archaeological Society

A newly formed group covering the area between the Ouse, the Wharfe and the A64. We plan a series of walks and talks with members getting involved in fieldwalking, training and ultimately a series of digs at our Knights Templar site.

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