WELCOME TO LISS ARCHAEOLOGY
COMMUNITY ARCHAEOLOGY GROUP
We have over 160 volunteer members, who carry out archaeological investigations and excavations under professional supervision across East Hampshire and West Sussex.
Our group was originally formed in 2004 to investigate a Romano-British site in West Liss, where an aisled building with bath house and courtyard were discovered.
In 2009 we moved on to explore a new and exciting site near Colemore, with ongoing research, geophysics surveys and excavation carried out by enthusiastic volunteers.
Since 2016 we have also been exploring a Romano-British settlement in Stroud near Petersfield and have a number of other ongoing projects
Change to 2020 membership subs
At our Committee meeting in December we were advised that we expect to have run at a deficit this year - partly because of some big equipment costs (e.g. new generator) and partly because of the number of digs we undertook in 2019.
Subject to ratification at our AGM on 10 March we have therefore decided that we need to increase our annual membership subs to £20 (from £15) from 31 March this year.
We hope you will still consider this excellent value for money. We believe this is the first time subs have changed since our group was formed.