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Lancaster Archaeological & Historical Society

The Lancaster Archaeological and Historical Society was founded in 1973. It holds lecture meetings from September to April on the last Thursday of the month at St. Paul's Hala Hall in Scotforth, Lancaster, with topics alternating between history and archaeology. 

Field trips to sites of historical and archaeological interest are made during the summer.

The Society's official journal Contrebis is published annually and contains articles on archaeology and local history in Lancashire and the North West of England. An archive of early issues of the journal features on the web site.  Their website includes a programme of events, details of field trips and how to join the Society. 

You can also try exploring some of Lancaster's past in their virtual tour of historic Lancaster.



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