Members meet at 8 p.m. usually on the first Wednesday of each month (except January and August).
Meetings are held at Christ Church (United Reformed), Tudor Way, Petts Wood, BR5 1LH. More details of location are given below.
Meetings include illustrated talks on a variety of archaeological subjects by visiting speakers and sometimes by ODAS members.
The next meeting is February 2019.
ODAS PROGRAMME OF MEETINGS IN 2019
|2nd January||No Meeting|
|6th February||Lyulph Lubbock, 5th Baron Avebury
The Archaeological and Anthropological Legacy of General Pitt Rivers and his son-in-law, John Lubbock, the 1st Lord Avebury
|6th March||Alexis Haslam (MCIfA) Community Archaeologist
|3 rd April||Members’ Talks|
|l st May||Dr Kevin Hayward, Building Material Specialist
The Brick and Stone in Commercial Archaeology: Recovering the Lost Buildings of London
|5th June||Dr Gerald Cramp, President Kent Archaeological Society
Magic Lantern Show (glass slides of images of 19th and 20th century London and views of London)
|3rd July||Jon Cotton, Archaeological Consultant
In the Land of Gods and Monsters: Shrines and Sacrifice in Iron Age Gaul and Britain
|7th August||No Meeting|
|4th September||Richard Buchanan, Woolwich & District Antiquarian Society
Street Furniture (19th and 20th century drains and footway covers etc.)
|2nd October||Nathalie Cohen BA, MA, FSA Archaeologist National Trust, London and South East
The Winchelsea Project, other archaeological work and brief update of Knole, National Trust
|6th November||Tony Allen, Former Chairman The Chislehurst Society
Researches at Kemnal and Local Families
|4th December||ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING|
Location of meetings:
Christ Church (United Reformed), Tudor Way, Petts Wood, BR5 1LH, junction of Tudor Way and Willett Way, entrance via Willet Way.
Please note Google Maps is inaccurate, the map below indicates the correct location.