We are a friendly, local society dedicated to investigating the archaeology of the Marlow area and extending our knowledge of its development and history. We aim to share our findings with the local community to encourage interest in our joint hertitage, to help preserve it and strengthen our communal identity
Membership is open to all and previous experience is NOT necessary as training can be provided for those wanting to get more actively involved.
Our activities include;
Talks on a wide range of archaeological topics many from visiting experts. Visit out Talks Programme page to see what's coming up soon. All of our fieldwork activities are carried out in accordance with the guidelines set down by English Heritage, the Institute of Field Archaeologists and the Buckinghamshire County Archaeological Service.
accurate ground surveys
Visits to archaeological and historical sites are organised when there is sufficient interest.
Members also receive a twice-yearly magazine and monthly e-mail updates of the society's activities.
For details of how to join, please go to the contact us page