Other forthcoming events Attached below are the events programmes for a range of archaeological societies in the South Midlands. These societies’ events are open to non-members, although a small charge is sometimes made. Further events are listed by date below. The Wing Heritage Project and its Test Pit Excavations The Learning Zone, County Museum, Aylesbury: Tuesday 17th March 2015, 7:30pm Martin Cuthbert, the supervising archaeologist, will be speaking to the Buckinghamshire Archaeological Society Active Archaeology Group. £2 for AAG members, £4 for others. Vikings — Warriors and Traders St. Andrew's Church Rooms, Crown Street, Kettering, NN16 8QE: Wednesday 25th March 2015, 7:30pm The Ise Archaeology Research Society will welcome members of the Longship Traders Viking Re-enactment Society for this talk about life in Viking times. £4 for IARS members, £5 for others. For further information click here to e-mail Carol Morton. Alternative archives in archaeological practice Birmingham and Midland Institute, Margaret Street, Birmingham, B3 3BS: Wednesday 25th March 2015 This event will involve cross-discipline discussion to find common ground and to consider specific archive issues arising from the differing ways of collecting archaeological data, and even provide mutual support. £10 for CIfA members, £20 for non- members. See below for further details. Discovering Dorchester on Thames: the History and Archaeology of a Thames-side Romano-British Town Garden Room, Liston Hall, Chapel Street, Marlow, SL7 1DD: Thursday 26th March 2015, 8pm Edward Peveler, Assistant Director of the Dorchester Research Project on the Roman small town of Dorchester on Thames, will be giving this talk to Archaeology in Marlow. He will recall both antiquarian and more recent investigations into Dorchester's past, exploring the major questions in its history, and discussing how results from the ongoing Dorchester Research Project fit the traditional narrative. £3 for members of AIM, £4 for non-members. The Buckinghamshire Historic Gardens Project The Learning Zone, County Museum, Aylesbury: Tuesday 21st April 2015, 7:30pm Claire De Carle will be speaking about this project to the Buckinghamshire Archaeological Society Active Archaeology Group. £2 for AAG members, £4 for others. The Rural Settlement of Roman England: from regional perspectives to national synthesis Palmer Building, University of Reading, Whiteknights, Reading, RG6 6AQ: Tuesday 14th April 2015, 10am — 6pm This is a one-day conference to disseminate the findings from investigations into Rural Settlements of Roman England. The deadline for booking is 31st March. Click here for further details. Biddenham Loop — a Neolithic and Bronze Age site St. Andrew's Church Rooms, Crown Street, Kettering, NN16 8QE: Wednesday 29th April 2015, 7:30pm Mike Luke will be updating the Ise Archaeology Research Society on the results of Albion Archaeology’s extensive excavations within the Biddenham Loop, west of Bedford. £4 for IARS members, £5 for others. For further information click here to e-mail Carol Morton. Roman Brooches Garden Room, Liston Hall, Chapel Street, Marlow, SL7 1DD: Thursday 30th April 2015, 8pm Dr Justine Bayley, a specialist in metal and glass technology of the Roman and medieval periods, will be giving this talk, which has been organised jointly by Marlow Archaeological Society and Archaeology in Marlow. £3 for members of AIM and MAS, £4 for non-members. HS2: Heritage on the Line Village hall, Weston Turville, Buckinghamshire: Saturday 16th May 2015 The proposed HS2 high-speed rail line is due to carve its way through a significant number of historic sites in central and north Buckinghamshire, both above and below ground. The Buckinghamshire Archaeological Society has been actively raising heritage issues with HS2 Limited and increasing public awareness, and is now organising this one-day conference. Ten speakers, including Helen Glass, Archaeology and Heritage Manager for HS2 Limited, will speak about HS2's impact on many of the threatened locations, ranging from ancient river deposits where mammoth bones have previously been discovered, to a Roman small town and parts of two deserted medieval village sites. Tickets cost £10; buffet lunch £6. Click here for further information and booking arrangements. The Archaeology of Anglo-Saxon Northamptonshire St. Andrew's Church Rooms, Crown Street, Kettering, NN16 8QE: Wednesday 27th May 2015, 7:30pm Paul Blinkhorn, best known for his work on Time Team, will be presenting this lecture to the Ise Archaeology Research Society. £4 for IARS members, £5 for others. For further information click here to e-mail Carol Morton. Excavation of the Corby Bypass at Barford Bridge St. Andrew's Church Rooms, Crown Street, Kettering, NN16 8QE: Wednesday 24th June 2015, 7:30pm Jim Brown will present this talk to the Ise Archaeology Research Society. £4 for IARS members, £5 for others. For further information click here to e-mail Carol Morton. The 2014 Excavations at Aston Clinton, its finds, findings and their significance The Learning Zone, County Museum, Aylesbury: Tuesday 15th September 2015, 7:30pm Matthew Morris of University of Leicester Archaeological Services will be speaking about the excavations to the Buckinghamshire Archaeological Society Active Archaeology Group. £2 for AAG members, £4 for others. Do you have any upcoming events in the South Midlands that you would like to advertise on this page? Please send details to dp.ingham@albion-arch.com Are you looking for the main CBA national site? Click here for archaeologyuk.org South Midlands Council for British Archaeology South Midlands Group: Archaeology for all     Charity No. 1055411 Made with Xara Web Designer Council for British Archaeology Henley Archaeological & Historical Group Wolverton & District Archaeological and Historical Society Buckinghamshire Archaeological Society: click here Marlow Archaeological Society: click here
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