Camertonia issue 32 (1993-94)

Includes issue 33.

Officers and Committee 1993 & 1994
Camertonia 32 (1993-4) p. 1.

EditorialJayne Lawes
Camertonia 32 (1993-4) pp. 2 – 3.
Newly appointed Director of Excavations and Volunteer Editor for this issue, which covers two years of the Societies’ activities. Research at Stratton on the Fosse has begun.

Chairman’s Report 1993-94David Higgins
Camertonia 32 (1993-4) pp. 3 – 6.
Death of Peter Greening. Appointment of Jayne Lawes and Hugh Warren. The latter will take over the library. Change of headquarters to 1 Laura Place. Very successful winter lecture programme, ending with final lecture having to be held in the Technical College Conference Room because of the numbers. Also summer excursions very good. Membership numbers holding steady. Targeting Technical Colleges, University and Schools in the area for younger members. Thanks to Sue Langdon, Arthur Clout, Neil Anderson and Win Underhay.

Obituary. Mr Peter Greening
Camertonia 32 (1993-4) p. 3.
Part of Chairman’s Report p 3/6.

Treasurer’s Report 1994Arthur Clout
Camertonia 32 (1993-4) pp. 7 – 9.
Auditor L Holt. Resignation of the Treasurer, Arthur Clout.

Summer Excursions 1994
Camertonia 32 (1993-4) p. 10.
1994. 26th April, Sapperton Tunnel: Severn Thames Canal. 12th May, Chapel Plaister, Wadswick. 9th June, Parish Church, Shepton Mallet. 2nd July, South Cadbury Church and Cadbury Hill Fort. 19th July, Maesbury Hill Fort. 9th August, Chelvey, church of St Bridget and Yatton St Mary. 3rd September, Silchester Museum and Roman Town.

Winter Lecture Programme 1994-95
Camertonia 32 (1993-4) p. 10.
1994. 15 December, Phil Harding, ‘Time Team’. 20th December, Christmas Dinner. 1995. 16th February, A. Young, ‘Excavations at Eckweek Lane’. 16th March, R Dunning, ‘William Wedlake’.

Last Report as ChairmanPeter Greening
Camertonia 32 (1993-4) pp. 12 – 13.
Last report as Chairman taken from the notes that he had made for the meeting and was unable to attend. Mention of new member Richard Maggs. Also Sue Langdon, Neil Anderson, Dave Higgins and Win Underhay.