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Promoting the study of the history and archaeology of
Bristol and Gloucestershire
and encouraging the conservation of the historic environment.



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Next meetings

Gloucester, 21 January
Cotswold Archaeology, Recent excavations in the city of Gloucester

See Gloucestershire section lectures.

Bristol, 26 January
William Evans, Bishop Monk and the Horfield Question

See Bristol section lectures.


New integrated shopping cart

All the books published by the Society that are currently in print are available through the Publications section of this site. Buying your books directly from us ensures that the Society derives the maximum benefit from its publishing activity and helps to finance further publication.

We are trialling a new, integrated shopping cart to replace our existing online bookshop. You can pay for your books online via Paypal or create an order form to send with a cheque.

If you have any problems, please contact Jan Broadway.


The Great Cartulary of Berkeley Castle

Our latest Record Series volume The Great Cartulary of Berkeley Castle (c.1425), ed. Dr Bridget Wells-Furby was launched in the Great Hall of Berkeley Castle on 23 October 2014. Our thanks to Mr Berkeley for hosting this event and for making the original cartulary and other documents available for us to view.


The Lloyd George Survey of Land Values: Gloucestershire

The Society has assumed responsibility for the online database created by the Lloyd George Survey of Land Values project to ensure its long-term availability and maintenance. Our congratulations to all the volunteers for all their hard work to bring the project to this point and especially to Dr Anthea Jones, who has overseen the whole thing.


Our latest Research Grant awards are supporting further work at Bagendon as well as a project at Chipping Campden.

The Society also supports the VCH in Gloucestershire.