Our AAG information sheet for Autumn 2018 and Winter 2019 is now out, with a full programme of Tuesday evening meetings. The first - on Tuesday 18 September at the County Museum in Aylesbury - is by Gary Marshall on our Military Heritage. In October Sandy Kidd of Historic England will be leading a practical session on Archaeology from Maps.
Download the full list of meetings and events by clicking here.
The new information sheet also includes up-to-date news on Active Archaeology visits and projects.
Don't miss the chance on Sunday 9 September to visit the early works on the HS2 excavations at Stoke Mandeville - and hear the archaeologists' own account of progress so far. This is an Open Day at the excavation site - before you see it again it will have been entirely transformed
Also at Stoke Mandeville they're offering volunteers the chance to join the recording team for finds and architectural masonry when the church ruins are deconstructed. The link to put your name forward is in the information sheet.
The AAG Summer project at Three Locks is now completed - there will be a brief summary at our first evening meeting on Tuesday 18 September - and for our next project, also on the canal, a small team is needed to clear and survey the site of the Whitehouses swing bridge.