British Brick Society
Promotes the study and recording of all aspects of the archaeology and history of bricks, brickmaking and brickwork.
British Cave Research Association
Promotes study of caves, collects and publishes speleological information, and organizes educational and scientific conferences and meetings.
Council for British Archaeology
An educational charity working to involve people, and promote the appreciation of the historic environment. Includes their history, their regional network, activities and projects, publications, news, and details of fieldwork opportunities.
Council for Independent Archaeology
Campaigns against the dangers of over-centralisation in archaeology, and for the importance of maintaining and supporting a thriving independent sector.
Dyfed Archaeological Trust
One of the four Welsh Archaeological Trusts, Working to help protect, record and interpret the historic environment.
The Finds Research Group
A forum for people interested in or researching artefacts of the Anglo-Saxon, Viking, medieval and post-medieval periods.
Nautical Archaeology Society
Portsmouth based association dedicated to advancing education in nautical archaeology. Details conferences, publications and membership information.
The Prehistoric Society
Provides a programme of meetings and lectures nationwide; includes details of membership, grants and awards, publications, news, and contacts.
Home of the British Archaeological Trust, which campaigns to preserve and save archaeological and heritage sites around the country.
Society for Church Archaeology
Promotes the study of churches and other places of worship, along with their associated monuments and landscapes; with details of their research, publications, newsletter, and conferences.
Society for Medieval Archaeology
Established to study evidence of our medieval past as found in buildings, landscapes, buried remains and artefacts. Publications, news, events, projects, and how to join.
Society of Antiquaries of London
Charged in 1751 with "the encouragement, advancement and furtherance of the study and knowledge of the antiquities and history of this and other countries"; provides information about their resources, museum and library, and grants programme.
The Society of Antiquaries of Scotland
Established to study the antiquities and history of Scotland, especially by archaeological research. Includes information about membership, publications, and their programme of meetings and conferences.
Society studies and investigates man-made and used underground places, and shows categories of underground excavations.
Young Archaeologists' Club
Offers information on the club's magazine, Young Archaeologist of the Year annual competition and local groups for children aged 8-16. Also includes fact sheets and games.