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We are incredibly lucky in Britain to be surrounded by history and archaeology, and there are many opportunities to learn more, both locally and nationally. A number of Albion Archaeology staff members are involved in local societies, in running young archaeology clubs and in collaborations with Bedford Museum and other local organisations. Listed below are some of the upcoming events and talks involving the Albion Archaeology team and our partner organisations.

Upcoming events

There are no upcoming Albion Archaeology events currently. 

The next Young Archaeologists' Club sessions will be on Saturday 15th September (finds identification) and Saturday 20th October (finds drawing and photography) . To get involved, contact the Bedford YAC team.


Visit Albion Archaeology

The public exhibition area in St Mary’s Church is open weekdays (excluding bank holidays) from 10am to midday and 2pm to 4pm.

The public exhibition area in St Mary’s Church is open weekdays (excluding bank holidays) from 10am to midday and 2pm to 4pm and features exhibitions of our recent work as well as information about local archaeology.

A number of postcards and children's activity packs are available to buy. 

Access is via the main doors at the west end of the church.




Archaeology in the Bedfordshire area

Young Archaeologists Club

Run from the Higgins Museum in Bedford with help from Albion Archaeology staff members, the Bedford branch of the Young Archaeologists Club usually meets once a month on Saturdays. It is open to everyone aged between 8 and 16, and activities include visiting other museums, trying out traditional crafts, and taking part in excavations. For more information, see the Council for British Archaeology website.

The Higgins

The Higgins Museum in Bedford, holds a number of events and special exhibitions throughout the year, including a range of holiday activities for the children.  See The Higgins website for more information.

CBA South Midlands

The Council for British Archaeology South Midlands group is composed of members interested in the archaeology of Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Northamptonshire and Oxfordshire and are always pleased to accept new members. Non-members are also welcome to attend upcoming events. For more information, please see their website.

Bedford Architectural, Archaeological and Local History Society

Tracing their history back to 1888, BAALHS hold monthly meetings and talks on the history and archaeology of Bedford. New members are always welcomed and visitors are invited to attend all talks. For more information, see their website.