Become a Friend
The Friends of Winchester Studies is for everyone who has a keen interest in the history and archaeology of Winchester and would like to support the on-going work of publishing the results of the Winchester excavations.
Winchester is the most thoroughly investigated city in Britain. Its excavations are among the most fully recorded in the series of ‘Winchester Studies’ written and edited under the direction of Professor Martin Biddle, which constitutes an extraordinary history and archaeology of Winchester since its earliest days.
Why join us?
By joining the Friends you will be contributing to the ongoing success of Winchester Studies and will also receive the following benefits:
• Winchester Studies newsletters
• Updates about publications
• Updates and invitations to events
• Free entry or online access to regular lectures
How to join?
To become a member we ask for a minimum donation of £25 (For our American friends details can be found here)
Please send completed application forms to: Winchester Excavations Committee, 276 Banbury Road, Oxford, OX2 7HA.
If you have any questions or would like more information about FOWS please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Were you a Winchester Digger?
In the 1960’s and 1970’s Winchester was alive with excavations. Were you one of the diggers? Or were you a host family? We are now attempting to get back in touch with as many people from the excavations as possible and need your help. If you were there or know someone who was please contact us using the email address above.
Help raise funds for free!
You can now support the Winchester Excavations Committee by shopping online at no extra cost to you. Click on the following link for full details: www.winchesterstudies.org.uk/help-us-to-raise-funds-for-free