Camertonia issue 16 (2) (1977)

Officers and Committee
Camertonia 16 Part 2 (1977) p. 1.

Annual Report 1975-76W J Wedlake
Camertonia 16 Part 2 (1977) pp. 3 – 5.
A difficult year for this as well as for other Societies. Lectures. Excursions. Spring conference. Summer party. Headquarters. Publications. Representation. Conservation. Obituary: Sir Mortimer Wheeler; Mrs Elsie Clifford; Mr C E Stevens.

Jubilee Year History and Arch ExhibitionW J Wedlake
Camertonia 16 Part 2 (1977) pp. 5 – 6.
Invited by the Rector, the Reverend R Bennett and the P.C.C. to hold an exhibition in the parish church at Camerton from 8th to the 11th July. Will include the period of the Camerton church fete. Proposals for a wide ranging exhibition with special section on Skinner MSS. Volunteers needed to man the exhibition over the week-end.

Annual General Meeting 1976W J Wedlake
Camertonia 16 Part 2 (1977) pp. 6 – 7.
Bill Wedlake becomes President following the death of Mortimer Wheeler.

Excursions 1976John Macdonald
Camertonia 16 Part 2 (1977) p. 7.
Two excursions cancelled through lack of support. April, Montacute House, Ham Hill and Muchelney Abbey. May, weekend in Colchester and St Albans. June, the Kennet and Avon canal. July, Devizes Museum – Mr Annable.

Lectures 1976-77
Camertonia 16 Part 2 (1977) pp. 7 – 8.
1976. 5th October, H Drury, ‘Exeter Cathedral’. 2nd November, W Rodwell, ‘Archaeology and the Church’. 23rd November, AGM. 7th December, Dr J Coles, ‘Archaeology in the Somerset Levels’. 1977. 11th January, B Orme, ‘Pastoralists and Prehistory’. 1st February, W Wedlake, ‘Glastonbury’. 1st March, P Greening, ‘The Building of Georgian Bath’.

Treasurer’s ReportB T Cousins
Camertonia 16 Part 2 (1977) pp. 8 – 11.
Membership 76 of whom 36 pay reduced subs as retired persons. This gives basic annual income of only about £90.

NotesW J Wedlake
Camertonia 16 Part 2 (1977) p. 12.
Reminder to those who have not paid their subs yet.

PublicationsW J Wedlake
Camertonia 16 Part 2 (1977) p. 12.
Details of the three publications and their prices.