Southampton Archaeology Society

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SAS Events

Meetings are held at St. Joseph’s  Hall, Bugle Street,

Southampton  SO14 2AH

Bring your friends—free to members and £3 per visitor.

7:30pm unless otherwise stated.  Tea & coffee from 7pm.

2020 Season Lecture Abstracts here

March 10th

Roger Leech: “Archaeology and the Ordnance Survey

April 14th

Karen Wardley: “If Walls Could Talk: recent discoveries from the Hampshire Medieval Graffiti Project

May 12th

Annual General Meeting, followed by an update on Southampton Archaeology Unit’s projects by Andy Russel

June 27th




Southampton Archaeology Society Study Day 2020:

Southampton & Hampshire at the Time of the Mayflower 1620 (see Study Days page)

Other Events


Wednesday 12th February 7.00pm




Eling Tide Mill Experience talk by Dr Katherine Walker on The New Forest Knowledge. This online gateway holds information on the New Forest from both local and national sources, including catalogues, databases, maps, photographs and articles.

Venue: Eling Tide Mill Visitor Centre, 24 Lexby Road, Totton SO40 9HD. Cost £5, book online at elingtidemillexperience.co.uk/events. Suitable for 16+ years. The café opens at 6.30pm for refreshments.

Saturday 15th February 2.00pm to 4.30pm



Southampton Ancient Egypt Society lecture: The Life and Work of Nina de Garis Davies by Lee Young.

Venue: Oasis Academy Lord’s Hill, Romsey Road SO16 0XN. Cost: £4 members, £6 guests, free refreshments (from 1.30pm).

Thursday 27th February 11.00am to 12.30pm



Tudor House Thinking Thursdays – first of a new series of talks, tours and workshops on Southampton’s history. Talk by Helen Wallbridge The ‘D-Day’ Wall.

Venue: Tudor House & Garden, Bugle Street SO14 2AD. Cost £8, pre-book on 023 8083 4536 (add £6.50 to include lunch).