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  • Avon Valley Archaeological Society
    Amateur Society holding lectures (winter programme). Fieldwork as available and visits Library books are for loan to members free. Annual newsletter free by e-mail to paid up members (paper copies £5). To non-members £6.00 (£8.80 by mail). Assistance and excavation experience for students - no money offered and they are expected to supply their own transport. Membership is required if students wish to borrow books or participate in fieldwork. The fieldwork is usually Summer, rather than Winter events.
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  • Liss Archaeology
    We hold at least one dig each year. We also offer on site experience & training in all aspects of archaeological investigation including: Finds pricessing, Recording and planning, Surveying, Field walking, Geophysics, Archaeological digging. We also arrange occasional visits to places of archaeological interest, have occasional speakers, organise training sessions and have occasional social events. Calender of events on website - http://lissarchaeologygroup.weebly.com
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  • North East Hants Historical & Archaeological Society
    A Society whose aims are to promote interest in local history and archaeology. To encourage members to take part in historical research, excavations and field work. Results to be made known to a larger audience.
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  • Romsey Local History Society (LTVAS Group)
    Historical and Archaeological research in Lower Test Valley. Annual programme includes talks, guided visits and weekly workshops. Help given to students, private researchers, schools and other organisations. Results of research published both to members and the general public. Twice monthly public lectures. Twice weekly workshops. The Friends of Botley Road Cemetery are part of the LTVAS Group.
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  • Southampton City Museums Archaeological Society
    Meetings from September to April with speakers on archaeological subjects and one annual study day on a specific subject or period of history.
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  • The Friends Of Old Southampton
    We meet to hear talks on the history, archaeology and architecture of Southampton and the surrounding area. We also aim to act as watchdogs on the maintenance of local historic buildings.
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  • The Maritime Archaeology Trust
    Lectures, fieldwork, volunteer placements, trips, school workshops, educational materials and resources. Archaeological project work & services. Work placements etc.
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