In October the AMS responded to the Government’s consultation on the Planning for the Future White Paper. To read our response see: 29.10.2020 AMS Response to Planning for the Future consultation
9 NOVEMBER 2020 Since 1993, the Ancient Monuments Society (AMS) and Friends of Friendless Churches (the Friends) have shared some resources and operated a joint membership. This arrangement was established at a time of financial difficulty and uncertainty. Often called the ‘Working Partnership’, the scheme provided mutual support and strength when it was needed. Happily,
This year’s AGM will be held on MONDAY 7 DECEMBER 2020 at 3 pm. It will be hosted online via Zoom. To join, you will need a computer/tablet/smartphone and access to the internet, but no special software, Members should be receiving a mailing now with details of how to join. You will need to email
The 93rd AGM of the Ancient Monuments Society took place on Thursday 22nd June 2017 at 2:30pm at St Giles House, Wimborne St Giles, Dorset by kind permission of The Rt. Hon. The Earl of Shaftesbury. Thank you to our host and to all who attended. Information on the 94th AGM (2018) will be published
AMS Members visited Kelmscott House in Hammersmith on 20th October 2016. This fine building was once the home of William Morris, the founder of Architectural Conservation as we know it, as well as a consummate artist in stained glass, textiles and murals.
The 92nd AGM of the Ancient Monuments Society took place on 5th July 2016 at the Charterhouse, London, by kind permission of the Master, Brigadier Charlie Hobson OBE (RM).
The 91st Annual General Meeting of the Ancient Monuments Society was held at on Saturday 11th July 2015 at 3.00pm in the Birkbeck Hall at The Great Hospital, Norwich by kind permission of the Master, Air Commodore Kevin Pellatt FCMI RAF. The Great Hospital is a really special building – founded in 1249, it retains
It seems extraordinary to think of it when looking at this beautiful house, immaculately maintained and set in its topiary garden, that we first encountered it some thirty years ago as a case.