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Since 1885, the Hampshire Field Club and Archaeological Society has been the county-wide organisation which has led the study of Hampshire, its environment and heritage. It is not bound by tradition, however, and is constantly evolving to provide the best possible awareness of and access to Hampshire's heritage.

News

Membership Subscription Rates: At the recent AGM, 23/5/18, members voted to increase subscription rates for the first time in over 20 years.

Hampshire Studies is now available online. With the exception of the three most recent volumes, 70-72, and some missing examples, all annual volumes have been digitised and the articles made available for download. The T W Shore Memorial Volume has now been published on the website.

Newsletter No 69, Spring 2018 has been published. Please look at the photo puzzle from the Hampshire Record Office.

Hampshire Studies 2017, Volume 72 has been published and issued to members.

Both the Hampshire Archaeology Report for 2015 and the Hampshire Archaeology Report for 2016 are now available.

The Historic Buildings Section sponsored Hampshire Medieval Graffiti Project work continues; read about the progress made so far in 2018.

Next Events:

Historic Buildings Section: Saturday 22nd September - Visit to Eling Tide Mill & Church

Local History Section: Saturday 29th September - Autumn Outing, incorporating the Section’s AGM, to Christchurch

The Society is run by officers elected by the membership. It is divided into Sections which focus on:
 

Archaeology

Historic Buildings

Landscape

Local History

Basing Barn dig
Titchfield Barn
Romsey Park
Beach House Hotel, Milford-on-Sea
 

Research

Cheriton Church The Society places great emphasis on the importance of research. In the Constitution, the first stated object, item 1a, is:
"...to promote the study of and research into Archaeology, History, Historic Buildings, Landscape, Geology and Natural History within the county of Hampshire, and to publish the results appropriately."
This is realised in a number of ways, including:
  1. through its Publications
  2. by awarding Grants
  3. organising research, e.g. Hampshire Churches Medieval Graffiti

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Programme of Events

Publications

About the Hampshire Field Club

Members at 125th Anniversary
Members visit the New Forest
Extract from Hampshire Studies
T W Shore
Subscriptions are annual and Members receive the Society's Newsletter twice yearly. You can view details of membership rates and to access a membership application form.
The Sections hold events including conferences, lectures, field trips and an AGM. Members participate in and attend the events of as many sections as they wish.

The Society publishes a range of publications; members, depending on their type of membership, are entitled to receive some of these without payment; they pay a reduced fee for others. Non-members are welcome to purchase any publication while stocks last.

The two latest Monographs are:

The History of the Hampshire Field Club dates back to 1885. Mr T W Shore, above, called the meeting where the club was born.

There have been many changes in its organisation. The elected officers run the organisation for the benefit of the membership.

Archaeology in Hampshire - Annual Reports

The Hampshire Field Club and Archaeological Society took over the publication of the annual report on archaeology in the county. The reports for 2004-2016 are available electronically on the website.
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