A voluntary archaeological group for the Horsham District.

All new members welcome with or without archaeological experience.

New projects always considered.

Next events

A Lewes Wide Tour with archaeologist 

Simon Stevens is being rescheduled for the Spring 

Tuesday, 16 October , 7.30 pm

An illustrated talk by Janet Pennington on ‘My Archaeology Childhood

Venue: Beeson House, 26 Fairbank Rd, Southwater,

Horsham RH13 9LA

Janet’s father was archaeologist Eric Holden who contributed many articles to the Sussex Archaeological Collections (SAC) on excavations that he was involved with.


Wednesday, 14th November

Felday Iron Age Hill Fort and POW camp – a talk by Judie English

Saturday, 1 December

Worthing Museum trip

This begins with lunch at St Paul's Cafe, followed by a visit to the Museum, including a look at finds not on display. S. E. Winbolt (1868-1944) gave a number of interesting archaeology finds to Worthing Museum.


16th January

Members-only meeting

An update on the year's fieldwork and progress with finds processing, identification and reports

Saturday, 16 February 2019

Medieval Towns – A dayschool with Simon Stevens 


Click on the Events button at the top of the page for more details and events


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How to act on illicit metal detecting


We are all very disturbed to hear the news that protected archaeological sites are still at risk from metal detectorists.


For those that haven't heard, Sussex police are investigating damage to Cissbury Ring, the ancient hill-fort on the South Downs near Worthing.


Disturbance to the ground suggests digging for items following illicit use of metal detectors.


If you suspect that illicit metal detecting is going on in your area or you would simply like to check that the landowner has given permission, contact 101 and say you want to report ‘illicit metal detecting’ and state “for the attention of Daryl Holter, Heritage Crime Officer” (Sussex).


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