Events Calendar

Field Work

Planned field work is notified to members by regular newsletter with all short notice projects advised via e-mail or telephone.  Unfortunately this type of work can only be offered to members of the society due to the requirements of our insurance policy and to comply with the society’s constitution.  We aim to run at least one excavation per year in addition to frequent geophysical surveys.

Weekly Meetings

We hold weekly meetings on Wednesday mornings from 10.30 to 12.00 in the Hastings History House, 21 Courthouse Street, Hastings Old Town.  All meetings, including evening ones are held there unless indicated otherwise.  To find us click on the Linked map
Evening Meetings Programme:

Wednesday 10th July 2019 – 6.30 start.   Site Visit – We will be visiting the Culver Project to look at the late 1st – 4th century Romano-British Settlement at Bridge Farm, near Barcombe Mills.  Full details will be issued nearer the time.

Saturday 10th August 2019 - 10.00 start.  Summer Walk – This year local resident and historian Dr. Alan Starr will give a guided tour of Pevensey Roman Fort.  Meet in the car park at the Royal Oak and Castle, Pevensey 9.45am for 10.00am start. We will then visit Pevensey Museum.  HAARG recently donated a ‘CL.BR’ stamped tile to the museum.

Wednesday 14th August 2019 – NO EVENING MEETING.  See Saturday 10th August.

Wednesday 11th September 2019 – 7.30-9.30  Heather Grief will give a talk on 'The Summerfield Estate’.

Wednesday 9th October 2019 – 7.30-9.30  Talk by Lynn Cornwell entitled ‘In pursuit of the Classis Britannica’.

Wednesday 13th November 2019 – 7.30-9.30  Stewart Angell will give a talk entitled ‘Sussex Military Research’.

Wednesday 11th December 2019 – 7.30-9.30  Christmas Meeting.  Talk by Lynn & Kevin Cornwell on the field work of HAARG during 2019.  This will be followed by the refreshments and the ‘Chairman’s Quiz’.

Wednesday 8th January 2020 – 7.30-9.30  Local Historian Haydon Luke will give a talk on local historical research.  Title to be confirmed.

Wednesday 12th February 2020 – 7.30-9.30  Finds processing evening.

Wednesday 12th March 2020 – 7.30-9.30  Nathalie Cohen, National Trust Archaeologist for London and the Southeast will give a talk on ‘The Archaeology of Winchelsea and Smallhythe’.