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The Council for Kentish Archaeology

On the reluctant recommendation of the CKA Committee, the affiliated groups have sadly agreed that the CKA should finally be wound-up.

This is largely due to the creation of commercial archaeology which has seriously damaged the interests of local archaeological groups and also replicated some of the founding objectives.

This was agreed at an EGM held in Chatham on 9th June, 2018.

The CKA was formed in 1964 and it has made a major contribution to Kent archaeology over these 54 years.

Main Menu.

CKA Officers.

Contact details.

CKA Constituent Groups.

CKA FINAL CELEBRATION CONFERENCE — 2018

SPECIAL FRIENDS VISITS 2018.

The Kent Archaeological Review.

The council's 3-times-per-year journal.

The Crofton Roman Villa.

The remains of the villa in Orpington.

The Roman Painted House, Dover.

Keston Roman Tombs.

Details of the villa environment at Keston.

KARU Publications.

Publications by the Kent Archaeological Rescue Unit.

 

 

NEWS.

Keston Tombs 2018.

The next Open Day:
Sunday, 23rd September.

Jan, 2018.

Canterbury 2017.

Autumn Conference in pictures.

Oct, 2017

Canterbury 2016.

Autumn Conference in pictures.

Oct, 2016

Easter Discoveries of Saxon Burials in Kent.

Horton Kirby, near Longfield.

March, 2016

New Publication.

Malting and Malthouses in Kent.

Nov, 2015

Disclaimer.

All information on this web site is correct at the time of posting. The CKA cannot be held responsible in any part, or liable in any way, for changes, omissions, cancellations or inconsistency of information how so ever caused. This also relates to change of conference speakers, cancellation of open days or conferences due to circumstances beyond our control.