Step Back in Time Festival. An annual festival of all things old. Also ACE presents archaeology as part of the Council For British Archaeology’s annual Festival of Archaeology.
Reading The Hurlers is a community geo-archaeological project focusing on the early Bronze Age site of the Hurlers stone circles, near the village of Minions, on Bodmin Moor, Cornwall.
Council for British Archaeology represents both professional and amateur archaeologists and produces the magazine British Archaeology
National Monuments Register. (PastScape) Find sites you are interested in, with map locations and aerial photographs.
English Heritage. Information on sites around the country and many links to other facilities.
The Heritage Journal. A Journal to promote awareness and the conservation of the incomparable but often-threatened prehistoric sites of Britain, Ireland and beyond. Please add your voice by submitting news, images and articles.
Museum of Barnstaple and North Devon. The Museum has many collections based on North Devon as well as special events and displays.
North Devon Athenaeum. Now with a searchable catalogue on line for documents, library, newspapers and images that they hold.
Access to Archives (A2A). A2A allows you to search and browse for information about collections of records (archives) in England and Wales, dating from the eighth century to the present day.
The Archaeological Textiles Newsletter is published twice yearly by the Society of Friends of the ATN, which is now based at the Centre for Textile Research at the University of Copenhagen, which is a part of the Danish National Research Foundation.
The South Molton and District Museum’s collections reflect the life and times of the town and the surrounding countryside. Local trades, agriculture and domestic history are also strongly featured. There are exhibitions and history/folklore story telling for children.
Devon Archaeology Society. Runs courses and talks with Devon related interests.
South West Archaeology Ltd is an independent archaeological contractors and historic building recorders who operates throughout the South west.
Devon Dowsers is a well-established and respected dowsing society based at Eggesford, who take part in experiments with ACE to establish the use and limitations of dowsing to support archaeology.
The Stone Rows of Great Britain. An ambitious and interesting site, recording all the stone rows in Great Britain and identifying new ones.