Who are we ?
We are an amateur archaeological society based in the Brighton and
Hove area, in the county of Sussex in England (inaugurated in 1906).
To undertake and promote the study and appreciation of archaeology
and local history and to ensure the proper recording and preservation
of local antiquities and the area's heritage.
What do we do ?
During the Winter months we have a varied lecture programme on a wide
range of archaeological topics and in addition our associated Local
History Group also runs a lecture programme.
During the Summer we organize excursions for our members to some of
the more unusual or hard to find historical sites in the South.
To cater for the "hands on" archaeologists among us the
society has a very active Field Unit. Apart from "digging"
our own site, we assist other groups and professional archaeologists
during the season.
Training ! We support a number of training courses to help our
members become more knowledgeable and proficient by arranging
training and qualifications in archaeology.
If you have an interest in the local archaeology, we are certain that
you will find something of interest. For further information come to
our meeting or use our Contact Us.
Rules as amended July 2018
and Bullying Policy