To raise funds for the ongoing site maintenance, we'll be holding a quiz at
Huntshaw Village Hall POSTPONED.
Email us, for further details.
Historic England Site Survey Training
From Fri 15 - Sun 17th May, we'll be digging at St Petrock's Well, continuing on from last year's dig.
Further information will be out in April
Berry Castle Tour and Talk
With so much of the scrub, now removed, the site is a very different place, to where it was, a few years ago. This is a chance to come and see the site and learn about the interesting discoveries made there.
If you are interested in attending any of the events, please email us, so we can send you directions and parking details.
.Festival of Archaeology Open Day - July 2016
.Berry Castle is taken off the Historic England 'At Risk' register - November 2016
.Information board preview evening - September 2017
.Visit to Higher Kingdon, Alverdiscott Iron Age enclosure and Roman marching camp - November 2017
.Visit to Clovelly Dykes - April 2018
.Site 'Walk and Talk' around Berry Castle - April 2018
.Visit to Nuclear listening post
. Archaeological dig - July 2018
.Organising and hosting Historic England site survey condition training - March 2019
.Easter Egg Hunt, at Berry Castle - April 2019
.Lundy site condition survey visit - May 2019
.Visit to Durpley Castle (Stibb Cross) - September 2019
. Archaeological dig - September 2019 - Locating, excavating and restoring the ancient well, at Newton St Petrock.
HISTORICAL GROUP'S JOINT CALENDAR OF EVENTS
This joint calendar gives a listing of organisation's planned activities. Clicking on the organisation's name, will take you directly to their website/online platform, where you'll find more information. More events and groups will be added soon.
17th - (AGM) Chris Preece: Clovelly Dykes; Excavation and New Research Discoveries POSTPONED
18 March 2020 The Pitchfork Rebellion – Jim Lowe
4 - Quiz Night Fundraiser at Huntshaw Village Hall POSTPONED
21 - John Smith: 'Roman Life in Devon'
TBC - Tour and talk of Berry Castle
15-17 - Dig at St Petrock's Well
20 - Buckland Brewer and the Tithe Map – John Bradbeer