This article came from the Chronicle published April 1979.
Inside Front & Back Cover – Society Details & Publications
YEOVIL ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND LOCAL HISTORY SOCIETY
Somerset Archaeological and Natural History Society
The Council for British Archaeology
Husband and Wife £1.00
SUMMER MEETINGS, as detailed elsewhere in this issue, will commence in May and conclude with a September afternoon ‘expedition’ in Dorset.
Cost per outing will vary according to the venue, admission to places visited, and length of coach journeys. These will be notified in due course.
WINTER MEETINGS, commencing with the Annual General Meeting on 5 October, will be at Yeovil Reference Library, King George Street, and continue on the first Friday of each succeeding month.
Members and visitors 10p. Coffee will be available. There is parking space adjoining the Library.
|Chairman||Miss Isobel Rendell|
|152 Hendford, Hill, Yeovil. Tel. 6570.|
|68 Carisbrooke Gardens, Yeovil.|
|Telephone Yeovil 21713.|
|R. J. Clynick|
|Hon.Secretary (ex officio)|
Articles and communications for the Society’s journal should be handed or sent to the Editor, L.E.J.Brooke, 18 Stiby Road, Yeovil BA21 3EF, Telephone Yeovil 27991.
S O C I E T Y P U B L I C A T I O N S
THE ROMANS at Ilchester, Lufton, Yeovil and District
7½” x 9¾” – 32pp – £1.30)
Liberally illustrated account of the Romans in the
neighbourhood of Yeovil, as revealed by excavation
Obtainable at Society meetings, from local book-sellers,
or from the author, 226 Goldcroft, Yeovil (By post £1•40)
(To be issued shortly)
STREET NAMES IN YEOVIL by Leslie Brooke
The story behind Yeovil’s street and other names,
illustrated with pictures of the town as
it used to be.
(Format as above and the price £1•40)
‘C H R O N I C L E’
Journal of the Society
Will be issued two or three times a year
as material becomes available, and will record
Society events, results of members’ research,
excavations, contributed articles, etc.
Free to members, extra copies 15p,
obtainable from the Secretary.