WELCOME TO LISS ARCHAEOLOGY
COMMUNITY ARCHAEOLOGY GROUP
FOR EAST HAMPSHIRE
We have over 130 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 near Petersfield and have a number of other ongoing projects, including the Alton Big Dig.
News as at 25 March 2023
Our thanks to all the members who attended the AGM. The draft minutes will be published here as soon as they are available.
Key points were:
the Committee is unchanged;
we have a record number of members - over 160 at last count;
we have had a very successful year for fundraising and purchasing new equipment.
Roman Glass course
Those members attending the course on 'Roman Glass', to be given by glass expert Denise Allen at the Triangle Centre in Liss from 10a.m. to 3p.m. on Sunday 26th March, are reminded that clocks change to British Summer Time overnight on 25/26 March.