Our President, Harvey Sheldon, has recently published an update on the excavations at the Roman pottery manufacturing
site in Highgate Wood. It is available from Archaeopress in paperback or eBook through
see the flyer for further details.
Enfield Archaeological Society have published a new book on the archaeology of Roman Enfield -
click here to view further details.
Please see the 'Events' page for details of our programme of talks.
Photographs of some of the activities in our digging at Copped Hall can be seen on the
Nene Valley Ware Pot from a Roman Well, excavated by
WEAG at Little London, Chigwell
Welcome to the web site of the
WEAG's aim is "to promote the advancement of knowledge
and education by a study of archaeology, history and kindred
Are you looking for a different sort of gift for a friend or relative? Then why not treat
them to an Archaeology Experience Weekend in July for only £60. Vouchers are now available - to
purchase them please contact our Treasurer.
Thank you to everyone who took part in, or provided support during, our 2018 season of Archaeology
acitivities at Copped Hall (Spring Dig for members, Archaeology Experience Weekends and Field Schools)
- as a result of the enthusiasm and commitment shown by everyone that came along we have continued to
find even more complexity in what was thought to be a simple Tudor staircase, and we have
revealed more details of the comple brick structures in the garden area to the West of the house.
A summary and photographs of the activities can be found in
Copped Hall Archaeology 2018 Report.
The final Experience Weekend of 2017 provided an introduction to Geophysics techniques - a report on
the Geophysics techniques and results
is available to view.
Dates have been set for the 2019 season of work at Copped Hall - for more details please check the
Archaeology Experience Weekends page and the Field Schools page.
Our 2018 season of meetings has featured 'Shrines and Sacrifice in Iron Age Gaul and Britain',
'Diocletian's Palace', 'Excavating Shakespeare’s Shoreditch', 'The CITiZAN Community Coastal
Archaeology Project 2015 - 2018', 'The Rediscovery of Roman London', 'Hill Hall', 'London Stone: from History to Myth'
and 'Septimius Severus: The First Hammer of the Scots'.
The next meeting will be our 2019 Rudge Lecture at 7:45 p.m. on Monday 13th May, in the Woodford
County High School Conference Room, when Gustav Milne of MOLA, will present
'Ancient Port of London: A Topographical, Archaeological and Historical Study'.
This lecture is open to all, and
entry is free of charge.
Gustav is Project Leader of CITiZAN (Coastal and Intertidal Zone Archaeological Network)set up as a
community archaeology project in response to the threat to England's coastal and intertidal heritage from wind,
waves and storms. It is hosted by MOLA.
Details of recent and upcoming talks can be found on the 'Events' page.
Unless a different time is specified above, talks will be held at 7:45p.m. on the
second Monday of the month, normally in the Conference Room at the north end (entry via the door
next to the car park furthest from the entry gate) of Woodford County High
School, High Road, Woodford Green IG8 9LA.
The room in which we meet has step-free access; the school is easily reached by public transport:
stops on bus routes 20, 179, 275, 657, 675, 679 and W13 are located nearby; the Central Line stations
at Woodford and South Woodford are within 2 kilometres and both have taxi services available. A map
and details of how to get to the school can be found here.
Click here for further
details of our programme of talks.
Non-members are welcome to attend the talks - voluntary contributions are
WEAG is a local
community archaeological society, affiliated to
the London and
Middlesex Archaeological Society (LAMAS)
and The Council for
British Archaeology (CBA).
For details of
membership go to 'About Us' or click