Camertonia issue 48 (2010)

Chairman’s ColumnBob Whitaker MBE
Camertonia 48 (2010) p. 3.
Continuing success with change of direction and structure. As the Blacklands Project comes to an end, the Commiittee has considered the ways ahead. The Educational Project has continued throughout the year. Ongoing work on the Gordon Hendy Memorial and the Roman Garden. The Open Days, particularly with the Roman re-enactors, have been very good. Society now has comprehensive range of geophysical equipment nd the surveys at Stanton Drew resulted in important discoveries. Thanks to Committee and members.

Obituary. Edward Thompson 1939-2010.Bob Whitaker
Camertonia 48 (2010) p. 51.
Obituary. Edward Thompson 1939-2010.

Obituary. Ken Appleby 1928-2010Bob Whitaker
Camertonia 48 (2010) p. 51.
Obituary. Ken Appleby 1928-2010

Excursions planned for 2010Roger Lawley
Camertonia 48 (2010) p. 52.
24 April, Devizes. 12 May, Boyd’s Mill, Castle Cary and Bruton. 15 June, Shepton Mallet. 1 July, Trowbridge Town. 13 July, Rodden, Berkley & Beckington Churches. 7 August, Westbury White Horse and Old Wardour Castle. 22 August, Caerwent and Caerleon.

Lectures planned for 2010Roger Lawley
Camertonia 48 (2010) p. 52.
14 October,’Excavations at Chepstow’, M Corney. 11 November, ‘Farleigh Hungerford, Nunney and Old Wardour’, B Davison. 9 December, ‘Archaeology of the Salisbury Plain Training Area’, R Canham. 2011. 13 January, ‘The Origins of Agriculture’, J Stock. 10 February, ‘Updates on Society Projects’ given by Members, followed by AGM. 10 March, ‘Domuztepe: a Neolithic Site in Southern Turkey’, A Fletcher.

BACAS Committee and Key Contacts
Camertonia 48 (2010) p. 53.