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.


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 14th October 2020 – 7.30-9.30.   Today is ‘Hastings Day’.  To celebrate Heather Grief will be talking about the ‘Life and Death of King Harold’.  CANCELLED

Wednesday 11th November 2020 – 7.30-9.30.  Wayne Perkins, Senior Archaeologist for Pre-Construct Archaeology with give a talk on ‘New Light on Medieval Graffiti: Spirit Traps & Ritual Protection marks at St Clements Church, Hastings & St Mary the Virgin Church, Rye’.  CANCELLED

Wednesday 9th December 2020 – 7.30-9.30.  Christmas Meeting.  Talk by Lynn & Kevin Cornwell on the field work of HAARG during 2020.  This will be followed by the refreshments and the infamous ‘Chairman’s Quiz’. CANCELLED

Wednesday 13th January 2021 – 7.30-9.30.  Stephen Clifton, Maidstone Area Archaeological Group with be talking about

‘The Multi-phased site at East Farleigh, Kent’.


Wednesday 10th February 2021 – 7.30-9.30.  Finds Processing. 

Wednesday 10th March 2021 – 7.30-9.30.  Annual General Meeting followed by refreshments and then Simon 

Stevens, Senior Archaeologist for Archaeology South-East and Vice Chairman of the Wealden Iron Research Group will give a 

talk on ‘How many? Minepits, Mud and Mayhem at Horam, East Sussex’. 

Wednesday 14th April 2021 – 7.30-9.30.   Kevin Boorman, Marketing and Major Projects Manager for Hastings Borough

Council will be talking to us on the ‘Regeneration of Hastings’.