The CBA has a large network of individual and institutional members, staff, trustees, volunteers and other contacts around the UK. We also work with a network of autonomous Groups covering Wales/Cymru, Scotland and the English Regions. Together, we form a strong network of knowledge, contacts and activities, working to involve people in archaeology and to promote the appreciation and care of the historic environment.
There are various ways in which you can get involved in the CBA network and contribute to our work. You can join the CBA as an individual or institutional member, the importance and benefits of which are described in our membership pages.
You can also get involved in the work of the CBA Groups which cover the English regions, CBA Wales/Cymru and Archaeology Scotland. The Groups work to coordinate and disseminate information, provide advice and promote archaeology, and many produce their own publications and organise lectures and activities throughout the year. In addition, Scotland and Wales have national roles and additional responsibilities.
In addition, we are keen to recruit more volunteers to help us with our activities. There are more details on our volunteering page.
For more general ideas on how to participate in archaeology, visit our Getting Involved section. Visit our Archaeology Online section to find contact details for specific archaeology societies, companies and organisations. The CBA Briefing pages contains an up-to-date listing of forthcoming events, conferences, fieldwork and exhibitions.
The CBA also endorses archaeological tours offered by Andante Travels
The CBA has a busy Facebook group with lots of pictures, discussions and news.
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