Society Information

Peeblesshire Archaeological Society was formed in 1994 with its main aims being -

  • to stimulate public interest in the history and archaeology, principally of Tweeddale, but also further afield
  • to encourage the preservation of features of general historic and archaeological interest
  • to promote archaeological recording, excavation and publication
  • to pursue these aims by fieldwork, meetings, exhibitions, lectures, publications, publicity and other appropriate actions

 

The story behind our logo
Find out the link between the societys logo and the Southside lunulae.

Your past is out there ...

    If you want the chance to get out of your armchair and become involved in local archaeology the Peebles Archaeological Society offer opportunities for finding out about the past, and for appreciating the archaeological richness of Tweeddale in particular!

    If you have an interest in the past, why not come along to one of our meetings to find out more? New members will always be made welcome

The Society offers an extensive range of activities as outlined in the sections on the left.

 

 

 

Updated
24 Feb, 2013

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