The Suffolk Institute of Archaeology & History is a registered charity (no. 289512) for the advancement of the education of the public:

  1. to collect and publish information on the archaeology and history of the county of Suffolk.
  2. to oppose and prevent, as far as may be practicable, any injuries with which ancient monuments of every description within the county of Suffolk may from time to time be threatened and to collect accurate drawings, plans and descriptions thereof.
  3. to promote interest in local archaeological and historical matters.

Annual Subscription Rates are as follows:

  • Single - £25.00
  • Single under 25 years - £17.00
  • Double (2 adults incl. children under 16 years) - £30.00
  • United Kingdom Institutions - £35.00
  • Overseas Institutions - £40.00

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  • If you wish to pay by post and cheque:  Please click here to download a Membership Application Form


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The General Data Protection Regulation comes into effect on 25 May 2018 and this notice is to reassure you and other SIAH members that your data privacy is protected. As a data controller we have audited the data that we hold relating to you and other members. We hold only personal names, contact details and records of attendance at lectures all of which you have volunteered and which we need to hold to honour our contract to provide members’ services in return for your subscription. We hold data only for ‘recreational reasons’ ie to enable you to pursue your interest in archaeology and history through the SIAH. Neither we nor our data processors will ever use your personal data for any other purpose. We use two data processors, namely Lavenham Press and MailChimp. We have contracts in place with both to protect your data. We provide to HMRC names and addresses of those of you who pay through Gift Aid. If you would like to know what data we hold about yourself then please contact Dr Nick Amor at (Please replace AT with @ in the email address)  We will, of course, be pleased to correct any errors in such data.