Bucks Archaeological Society Summer Outings 2020

The society had planned four Summer Outings in 2020 to visit Hedgerley, Three Locks, Northampton and Brill before the imposition of the Covid-19 virus restrictions.  These restrictions have now prevented all four outings from going ahead in the form originally planned. Two – on Hedgerley and Three Locks – have already been replaced by on-line illustrated talks.

Now our BRILL outing will be replaced by a talk and presentation which you can join on-line, given by archaeologist Mike Farley on  Saturday 29 August, starting at 2.30pm – the day and time planned for the outing. 

To find out more,  click here

 

Buy our recent publications on-line

Now you can buy the society’s most recent publications on-line
via this website. Follow the links below…


Pots, Potters and Potteries
of Buckinghamshire 1200-1910
October 2019

Records of Buckinghamshire 59
May 2019

Wulfhere’s People:
Excavations at Wolverton
November 2018

Excavations at Missenden
Abbey 1983-88
May 2018

My Dearest Ben:
Disraeli through his letters
February 2018

Toll Roads of Buckinghamshire
1706-1881
September 2017

 

Just published by the Bucks Archaeological Society

This new book brings together, in an easily accessible form, information from all currently known archaeological and documentary sources about the 700-year history of pottery production sites and potters across Buckinghamshire, gathering excavation reports, field names, parish records and national censuses alike to portray a once-important Buckinghamshire industry.

Pots, Potters and Potteries
of Buckinghamshire 1200-1910.

Published October 2019.

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