From Prehistoric, Bronze Age, Iron Age, Roman and Mediaeval periods through to the 21st Century, Chichester city and its countryside provide a rich variety of archaeology for the members of the Chichester and District Archaeology Society.

CDAS:

• is a friendly society actively involved in practical archaeology
• welcomes new members with all levels of experience
• enjoys an enviable reputation for its professionally-run fieldwork
• attracts generous sponsorship for the purchase of equipment
• runs geophysical surveys, excavations and finds processing
• organises a successful training course programme
• visits sites of archaeological interest
• has close ties with local and national organisations and government
• arranges a programme of monthly lectures. Non members welcome

NEXT LECTURE: The role of experimental archaeology - the Durrington Walls Neolithic houses, by Luke Winter.
DATE:     26th November 2014
PLACE:   New Park Centre, New Park Road, Chichester
TIME:    7:30pm

For more details on membership and how to join CDAS please visit the Membership page, or contact Mrs Pat Ferry at membership@cdas.info

CDAS warmly welcomes the following new members:

Jane Corcoran 
James Corbett
Alison Croker
Esme Hernon
Jill Lovett
Adrian Lovett
Malcolm McKenzie
Marian Williams


President: Keith Lawson        Chairman: Ann Davies