B.A.A.S. is the lively, friendly society for everyone interested in the archaeology and history of Bristol and its surrounding area.
Prior to Covid 19 members had access to monthly lectures from September to May by expert speakers together with summer walks and field visits.
They also receive a twice yearly bulletin (this continues to be sent electronically) and a fully illustrated journal annually, “Bristol and Avon Archaeology”.
We would normally meet at 7.30 p.m. The Apostle Room, Clifton Cathedral, Pembroke Road, Bristol, BS8 3BX, but for the present please follow us on social media.
PLEASE NOTE: Bristol City Museum recently hosted a series of on-line talks linked with Bristol & Avon Archaeological Society; Bath & Counties Archaeological Society and Bristol & Gloucester Archaeological Society.
Although Bristol’s Brilliant Archaeology Festival has ended, there are still links available for you to engage with. Bristol Museum hosted the main event. Here is a list of links to the main host site and other activities. Find the Bumper BAAS Quiz here too.
The BAAS Committee are taking the outbreak of Coronavirus very seriously.
We are following all government guidelines and monitoring them closely to ensure everyone is kept as safe as possible.
Our talks and walks have been postponed for the immediate future. We realise that BAAS meetings are important social occasions for many of you (the Committee included) so will be resuming the programme as soon as we are able.
In the meantime we will try to keep our website and social media accounts updated and send out regular emails for those of you with more time indoors than you would like.