Our circle of active and influential advocates for archaeology share our vision and are able to work with us to help shape the future of the field and protect our archaeological heritage here in the UK.
The CBA would like to thank the following Archaeology Ambassadors:
Dan Snow, President of the Council for British Archaeology
Beatrice de Cardi OBE, Honorary Vice President of the Council for British Archaeology
Francis Pryor, Honorary Vice President of the Council for British Archaeology
Friends of Archaeology
Loyal supporters who are making a commitment to the Council for British Archaeology's vital work to speak up for our archaeology here in the UK, sustain our participation programmes and our Young Archaeologists' Club Branches.
The CBA would like to thank the following Friends of Archaeology:
Richard and Janet Firth
David and Evelyn Baker
County and local societies who are making a contribution to sustaining the CBA now and in years to come:
Association for Industrial Archaeology
Bedfordshire Archaeological Group
Billericay Archaeological and Historical Society
The Buckinghamshire Archaeological Society
Cambrian Archaeological Association
Cumbria Industrial History Society
Dartmoor Tinworking Research Group
Derbyshire Archaeological Society
Icknield Archaeology Ltd
Kent Archaeological Society
Maldon Archaeological & Historical Group
Maidstone Area Archaeological Group
Medieval Settlement Research Group
North East Lincolnshire Archaeology and Local History Society
The Prehistoric Society
Solihull Archaeological Group
Stoke-on-Trent Museum Archaeological Society
Surrey Archaeological Society
Warmington Heritage Group
Show your support for archaeology
We all know that archaeology matters and that it is increasingly under threat.
By joining the CBA as a Member, Lifetime Member, Friend or Ambassador, or encouraging your society to become a CBA Member Organisation, you can play a part in speaking up for the future of archaeology in the UK by growing our numbers and strengthening our voice.
The CBA has been at the heart of British archaeology for 70 years. With our funding sources declining, we need your help now so we can continue to champion archaeology for all and rise to the significant challenges for our field and our heritage in the decades ahead.
Join the CBA or upgrade your membership today and give British archaeology a future.
You can also contribute to our work by making a one-off or regular donation and request a legacy pack.