Meetings & Events

Meetings & Events

Monthly Meetings

We meet once a month at:

The Conference Suite
Wolverhampton College
Paget Road

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We have presentations by guest speakers or members at each meeting. Meetings begin at 7pm and usually last for two hours. Non-members are welcome for which we make a small charge of £2. If you decide to join within a month of first attending, this will be deducted from your annual membership fee (currently £20). There's no need to notify us in advance if you'd like to come to a meeting, just turn up on the day!

For events such as field trips, exhibitions and public digs please scroll down to the next section.

2020 Programme
Date Topic Speaker
January 28

Chase Through Time

Investigations into Castle Ring, an Iron Age hill fort on Cannock Chase

Chase Through Time Group
February 25

Charles II and the Whitgreaves of Moseley Old Hall

Moseley Archive Group

500 Years of History in Wood

The Tilley Timber Project's investigations into the timber framed buildings of Tilley, Shropshire.

George Nash


Slide Presentation Angkor Wat
May 19

From Plaque to Poo - Revelations about ancient ancestors and diatoms

Dr Kate Farr

James Cox

2019 Programme Concluded - For Reference Only
Date Topic Speaker
February 26 Time Team & Dig Village Martin Holland
March 26 The Magic of LiDAR Nigel Westwood
April 30 AGM / Life in Neolithic Times Clive Westwood
May 21 You Are What You Eat: How Isotopes Can Dish The Dirt On You Dr Kate Farr
June 25 2,000 Years of Iron Smelting in Britain Paul Robinson
September 17 Battlefield Sites Chris Modd
October 22 A Train Set for Christmas and LiDAR Update Nigel Terry
November 26

Project Reports

An update on our current and recently completed projects



We exhibit at local history fairs, arrange field trips for members and carry out digs for schools and other organisations, some of which are open to members of the public.

2020 Programme
Dates Event Location/Details Type


Castle Ring Field Trip

A guided tour of the Iron Age hill-fort on Cannock Chase.

Meet at the monument car park at 10am. The walk includes around 20 steps and some slopes although these can be avoided.

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All members, their friends and family members are welcome.

May 7-10

Coven Community Archaeology Project

Test pits will be dug in gardens and at a number of public sites in the village over 3 or 4 days.

Public viewing at some sites.

May 23

Perton History Fair

Perton Library


June 12-13

Penn History Fair

United Reform Church, 333 Penn Road, Wolverhampton Public

October 3

Perton History Open Day

Perton Library


Free Admission


2019 Programme Concluded - For Reference Only
Dates Event Location Type
May 11 Guided Walk Letocetum Members
May 18 Perton Spring Festival Perton Library Public
July 8 - 12 East Park Academy East Park Academy School
July 18 - 20 Albrighton Community Dig Albrighton High Street Public
July 30 - August 1 Archaeology Week Oak House, West Bromwich Public
August 10 Field Trip Lapworth Geology Museum Members
October 5 History Fair Dudley Archives Public
October 5
History Fair Perton Library
November 2 History Fair Wolverhampton Archives Public
December 10 Christmas Meal The Summerhouse, Bonningale Members