Tagged: archaeology

North Hall Manor excavations (S Devon Branch)

A talk “Widecombe and the North Hall Manor archaeological excavations”. Speaker to be announced. We plan to hold a follow-up visit to the site in the summer.

AGM 2018 (Tavistock Branch)

Annual General Meeting, followed by an illustrated talk by John Morgan BA FRIN on “Bronze Age Astronomy on Dartmoor”.

Roman Exeter and the Seaton Down Coin Hoard (Exeter Branch)

Roman Exeter deals with highlighting discoveries such as the bathhouse, military works at the former St Loyes College and at Topsham, and tracing the development of the city from a military stronghold to an administrative...

The Ipplepen excavations (S Devon Branch)

A talk “The Ipplepen excavations and the Romans in South Devon” by Derek Gore. Recent discoveries are changing our understanding and the old truism that the Romans stopped at Exeter has been comprehensively demolished.

Social Evening (Tavistock Branch)

The speaker will be Andrew Thompson, a local historian and archaeologist who specialises in heritage interpretation. His subject will be “The Trendle”, a two and a half acre site to the north-east of Tavistock,...

East Devon Branch report: Feb to Jul 2017

At our Branch Annual General Meeting in February, Rod Wallace retired from his position as Branch Treasurer, a role he has filled with distinction, and Trevor Hitchcock also retired from the committee after many...

East Devon Branch report: Sep 2015 to Jan 2016

In late September 2015, branch members visited the Britannia Royal Naval College at Dartmouth, which was designed by Sir Aston Webb and built between 1899 and 1905. First stop was on the Quarter Deck,...