If you are interested in Hampshire then you
should join the Hampshire Field Club and Archaelogical Society
and be part of a group of people who care about Hampshire, its environment
and heritage. It is not bound by tradition, however, and is constantly evolving to provide the best
possible awareness of and access to Hampshire's superb heritage.
Annual General Meeting: the 2015 AGM was held on Wednesday, 13th May 2015 at 7.30 pm, in the Science Lecture Theatre,Peter Symonds College, Winchester. Dick Selwood stood down after completing his term as President. Chris Elmer was elected as President from 2015-18.
Annual Report of Archaeology in Hampshire: N.B.: Report for 2014 is now available. Study these important resources which have been
made available on the Society's webpages. The reports run from 2004 to 2014.
The Society is run by officers
elected by the membership. It is divided into Sections which focus on
The Sections hold events including
conferences, lectures, field trips and an AGM. Members participate in as many sections
as they wish.
How to join - take this
link for details of membership rates and to access a membership application form.
Subscriptions are annual and Members receive the Society's Newsletter twice yearly.
Publications: the Society
publishes a range of publications; members, depending on their type of membership,
are entitled to receive some of these without payment; they pay a reduced fee for others. Non-members are welcome to
purchase any publication while stocks last.
To contribute to our the annual Proceedings, please contact the Editorial Board.
We are pleased to announce the two latest Monographs:
Articles for the Newsletter should be sent to the appropriate Section contact.
Publications Index - Use the index to find authors’ names and titles of articles up to 2014.
Hampshire Papers: In 2015 the Society will, taking over from the Hampshire Record Office, launch a second series of Hampshire Papers.
Library: Library: the Society's library is housed in the University of
Southampton's Hartley Library. Society members can apply for an
External Borrowers Card, allowing them to borrow books from across the
Grants are available for suitable projects.
Excavations on Worthy Down in 1921, from a report in Newsletter 64, Autumn 2015.