North East Hampshire Historical
& Archaeological Society


Time Talks.
John Manley BA, MA, MA (Econ), PhD, MIFA, FSA gives talks and guided walks on the archaeology and history of Sussex and Hampshire. His website can be found at

Forthcoming Events

Cambridge University Institute of Continuing Education - Weekend course

Introduction to Great War archaeology 17 – 19 April 2015.

This weekend course, taught by Martin Brown, professional archaeologist, is held at the Cambridge University Institute of Continuing Education’s home, Madingley Hall, and lasts a whole weekend. It costs £250 which includes lunch and dinner during the weekend, refreshments and tuition.

Accommodation is also available at Madingley Hall at an additional cost starting from £50 per night and subject to availability. If you would like to find out more please visit:

Council for British Archaeology - Wessex Academy for Field Archaeology

WAFA are running a series of courses at Ash Farm, near Stourpaine in Dorset. Details can be found on the WAFA website:

Butser Ancient Farm.

For information on courses and workshops access their website: here.

The Sussex School of Archaeology (SSA)

SSA has a series of dayschools and events for the spring term. From the prehistoric to the Georgian; dayschools, lectures and a symposium suitable for both the beginner and professional, run at a reasonable price at venues across Sussex. Details can be found on the SSA website:

University of Oxford - Department for Continuing Education.

For information on available weekend courses and summer schools access their website: here and search "archaeology" with filters for "day and weekend events" and "summer schools".


St. Patrick's School, South Farnborough. A Potted History 1886 - 1968.
This recently published account of the former RC junior school in Peabody Road by Bryan Hoskyns features many photographs and drawings in its 68 A4 pages. Price £ 9.95. For more details contact:

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