Bucks Active Archaeology Group, EVENING MEETINGS FOR AUTUMN 2019 and WINTER 2020
• All meetings are at the Bucks County Museum in Church Street, Aylesbury, and start at 7.30pm.
Please note that evening meetings are now on the second THURSDAY of each month (not Tuesday as previously). Entrance is from the footpath on the side of the building that faces St Mary’s Churchyard.
• All meetings are in three parts: a practical archaeology session or speaker on a recent excavation; a break for tea, coffee and biscuits; then reports on our current and recent archaeology projects.
Thursday 12 September 2019:
The ‘Beacons of the Past’ project
Speakers: Wendy Morrison and Ed Peveler of the Chilterns Conservation Board
The CCB’s four-year project will focus on Chilterns hillforts using remote-sensing survey methods, practical excavation and research – and engaging communities.
Thursday 10 October:
Active Archaeology Projects Review – led by Peter Marsden
Hogshaw, Hobbs Hill, Cholesbury, Buckland, Whitehouses, Three Locks, Ivinghoe Aston… so where next?
Thursday 14 November:
The archaeology of chairmaking – from bodgers to bow benders – speaker: Stuart King
Examining an industry which once dominated the Chilterns.
Tuesday 12 December:
Christmas Party and AAG annual round-up of the year’s activities – AAG members
Thursday 9 January 2020:
Archaeology north of the Cairngorms – speaker: Doug Stuckey
A second summer of discoveries volunteering on an archaeological site in Scotland
Thursday 13 February:
Anglo-Saxons of the upper Thames – speaker: Toby Martin
The River Thames was a major route for the Anglo-Saxons into the heart of post-Roman Britain
Thursday 12 March:
The monks’ graveyard at St Albans – speaker: Ross Lane of the Canterbury Trust
What the excavations can tell us about one of England’s greatest monasteries.
Thursday 9 April and Thursday 14 May – SUBJECTS AND SPEAKERS TO BE ARRANGED
For more information about the BAS Active Archaeology Group, eMail us at email@example.com