Officers and Committee 1966-67
Camertonia 11 Part 2 (1966) p. 1.
Annual General Meeting 1966
Camertonia 11 Part 2 (1966) p. 2.
15th November at Bath Technical College. New Rules agreed – see p 16-19
BACAS 18th Annual Report
Camertonia 11 Part 2 (1966) pp. 2 – 9.
Continued progress. Cessation of grant from Carnegie United Kingdom Trust. Comment on cost of re-conditioning the site at Wallmead. Largest contribution to success the efforts of members and volunteers, “let us now praise the sloggers and toilers in our Society, for without them we would soon revert to the old Victorian concept”. Bill Wedlake writes of first visit to Nettleton to buy the site huts left by Mr W C Priestley. “Over the door of the larger hut were the words NIL SINE LABORE – nothing without work. It would make a fine motto for this Society”. Excavations: Wallmead; Nettleton. Publications. Industrial archaeology. Lectures. Excursions. Local History and Archaeology Conference. Representations and affiliations. Headquarters. Rules. Future work. Ordnance Survey. Antiquities of the City – theft of the Head of Minerva. The late Alderman Dix. Thanks.
Treasurer’s Report 1966
Camertonia 11 Part 2 (1966) pp. 10 – 14.
Slight increases in the balances on the Nancy Smith Memorial Fund, the City of Bath Excavation Fund and the Publications Account. Thanks to British Academy for contributing again to the work at Nettleton and to members who have made donations. Thanks to Miss S Lloyd for continuing to pay Rates on the Headquarters
Camertonia 11 Part 2 (1966) p. 15.
Conference on Local History and Archaeology held at YMCA, Broad Street on 24th April 1966. Papers were: W.Wedlake ‘Some Archaeological Recollections’. Dr R Dunning, ‘The Hyle Cartulary’. Rev J Barker, ‘Priston from pre-historic times’. A Gunstone, ‘The Date of the Three Shire Stones at Colerne’. Dr R Reid, ‘Witham Priory’. R Bluhm, ‘The Radstock Tramroad and William Ashman’s locomotive’. A Keen, ‘The Paulton Foundry’.
Camertonia 11 Part 2 (1966) pp. 15 – 16.
1966, 4th October, Very Rev D Harrison, ‘Bristol Cathedral’. 1st November, P.Parr, ‘Petra and the Nabataeans’. 6th December, ‘J MacQueen, ‘Hittites and Arzawans’. 1967. 24th January, W.Wedlake, ‘Some Roman and Medieval Sites in Western France and Spain’. 7th February, De F Wallis, ‘No-man’s land between Geology and Archaeology’. 7th March, Professor C Hawkes and Mrs Sonia Hawkes, ‘The Saxons and the West; from Aelle to Ine’.
Camertonia 11 Part 2 (1966) pp. 16 – 19.
Full statement of the new Rules of the Society.