Wolverhampton Archaeology Group

Wolverhampton Archaeology Group aims to support and encourage archaeology in Wolverhampton and the surrounding area. We carry out excavations and geophysical surveys, hold monthly meetings and organise field trips and other events.

We have published many reports and offer a range of free services to individuals and organisations, use the menu at the top of the page for more information.

Whether you're interested in practical archaeology, local history or your own research, you can join at any time. Just get in touch via our contact page, through Facebook, or come along to a meeting to see what we're all about.

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Revisiting the cistern

A peek into an early 19th century cottage's water storage facility.

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Our Festival of Archaeology Dig

A summer dig at a very special house... and everyone is welcome!

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Albrighton Church Dig

A doubly fortunate dig turns up little new

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A BIG surprise

Unearthing something big without much digging!

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Cottage Floor Rediscovered

A floor laid in the era of the Napoleonic wars sees the light of day once more.

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Albrighton Investigations Continue

Our investigations around the church uncover possible evidence for the parish tithe barn.

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Garden Test Pits

Finds from almost 300 years of habitation and gardening!

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Albrighton Investigations

Discovery of the old turnpike road and medieval activity at Albrighton

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