We are looking to recruit a new Honorary Secretary to our committee. We would like to find someone who shares our passion for archaeology and the heritage of Birmingham and Warwickshire. Ideally someone who has some experience of committee work
The Society has been successful in an application to the National Lottery Heritage Fund and has secured a grant to help us explore our future and create a new vision for the way forward. Consultants will be working with us,
Our forthcoming lecture series will take place at the following venues. Evening lectures in Birmingham (October & December 2019, February, March & April 2020) Will now take place at The Priory Rooms,Quaker Meeting House, 40 Bull Street, Birmingham, B4 6AF
The Solihull Archaeological Group have now finalised their up and coming lecture programme. Here are the details. Members of BWAS and SAG (Solihull Archaeological Group) are entitled to attend each other’s meetings as affiliated societies.
Recent Work by Archaeology Warwickshire by Bryn Gethin A very large area was excavated to the east of the Lunt Roman fort in advance of the construction of a new Jaguar Land Rover facility. The site had previously been evaluated
Recent Work by Archaeology Warwickshire by Bryn Gethin Soil stripping on this site, in advance of new house building and following on from an Archaeological evaluation in 2015, exposed a ring ditch. This had previously been noted on a geophysical
A free heritage trail leaflet is now available from Sandwell Park Farm. The trail includes Sandwell Priory and several other sites around it. New on-site interpretation panels explain the eighteenth-century Sandwell Hall and its surrounding park. Objects found in excavations
The Friends of Sutton Park Association and the Sutton Coldfield Civic Society have created six self-guided walking trails to explain some of the many well-preserved archaeological remains. Each trail starts at a gate or car park with an explanatory panel,