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Programme of Events 2022

Tank traps near Basingstoke Railway Station

Past Programmes

To find out about the programme in previous years, take the links below, as they become available:

Continuing concerns regarding the risks of Covid-19 virus mean that the programme for 2022 is under consideration; as in 2021, online lectures will continue and it is hoped that field visits will be possible as they were later last year. Notification of events will be available via this website or the News e-Bulletin or the Newsletters in February and July.

All Field Club members are welcome to attend ANY of the events. Members may bring a guest, joint-members may bring two guests.

Members - please see your newsletter for exact meeting places, and any booking requirements.

Non-members - please contact the section leader or secretary to see if places are available.

26th January WEDNESDAY at 7.00 for 7.30 pm via Zoom

Landscape Section, two online lectures on:

Landscapes Revealed - Recent Archaeological Research in and around Southampton

Kristian Strutt, Dept of Archaeology University of Southampton, and Sam Griffiths, PhD University of Southampton, will look at their recent research to show what it tells us about the past landscapes of Southampton.

Book your place via TicketSource.

2nd April SATURDAY

Landscape and Local HIstory Sections, a morning outing to look at:
Basingstoke's Religious Heritage

     This outing, jointly organised by the Landscape and Local History Sections of the Field Club, will recall some of the buildings and visit two that survive. Starting at a notable survivor, London Street United Reformed Church (formerly Congregational Church), which dates from the early nineteenth century, the outing will also include a visit to All Saints Church built at the beginning of the twentieth century.

For further information please visit the Landscape Section homepage.


Historic Buildings Section, Bill Fergie will a talk on the:

Traditional Houses of the Worthy Villages

Further details will be be available with the Spring posting.

Spring 2022

HFC&AS, Visit to Isle of Wight to celebrate the Centenary of the Isle of Wight Natural History and Archaeological Society (IWNHAS): Brading Roman Villa, Thornycroft Boat Testing Tank and Steyne Wood Gun Battery, Bembridge
This is now postponed until Spring 2022,  dates, times and costs tbc.

From time to time, other societies and groups will give details of events, which may be of interest to our members, and we advertise these whenever possible.

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See the Past Programme in 2015 - 2016 - 2017 - 2018 - 2019 - 2020