Both contractor and curator. Maintains computerised Sites and Monuments Record. Provides policy advice, development control and interpretation. Volunteers welcome. We also run training and research excavations. See Website for details
Curator for the county of Cumbria. Maintains computerised Sites and Monuments Record. Provides information and advice relating to all aspects of the archaeological heritage.
Curatorial archaeological service for Fife. Responsible for the management and conservation of the archaeological and built historic resource of Fife. Provides specialist advice on planning and archaeology, manages fieldwork projects, excavations, survey work, publishes guidebooks, maintains computerised Sites and Monuments Records.
Curator for Norfolk. Maintains computerised Norfolk Historic Environment Record and the Norfolk Aerial Photograph Library. Provides advice on planning and the conservation and interpretation of monuments.
Archaeological service for Wiltshire
Curator for East Sussex. Maintains computerised Sites and Monuments Record. Gives advice on planning issues and undertakes monument management and interpretation. Responsible for the East Sussex Archaeology and Museums Project.
Provides planning advice: Historic Environment Record; educational activities; fieldwork and research. It is the Associated Archaeology Department of the College (teaching within the Field of Archaeology and Heritage Studies) as well as being the Local Authority Archaeological Service for the County.
Curator for part of Lincolnshire. Provides planning advice and updates the Sites and Monuments Record for North Kesteven, South Kesteven and Boston Borough. Gives advice on historic buildings and manages ancient monuments (including events). Various types of publications produced. Holds a wide range of events, including co-ordination of Lincolnshire Heritage Open Days.
Curator for Northamptonshire. Maintains computerised Sites and Monuments Record. Provides advice on some aspects of the historic environment.
Acts as archaeological curator for the City of Nottingham and operates the cities archaeological policy incorporating PPG 16 in conjunction with the city planners ( Nottingham City Development Department).
Curator for the Highland Council Area (about one-eighth of the area of Britain). Maintains a Sites and Monuments Record. Provides archaeological information and advice on planning, forestry and land management issues. Carries out occasional field projects. Close collaboration with local communities, archaeology groups and societies. Co-ordinates annual Highland Archaeology Week. We now maintain a Historic [...]
Archaeological curators maintaining local Sites and Monuments Record (computerised) and advising on planning and conservation matters.
Maintains Sites and Monuments Record for Winchester District, including the Urban Archaeology Database for Winchester. Responsible for post-excavation research and publication of archaeological investigations in the area, and for interacting with local communities in community heritage projects. Volunteers welcome. The Hampshire Finds Liaison Officer is also based at the Historic Resources Centre.
Curator for Kent. Maintains computerised Sites and Monuments Record. Promotes Kent’s heritage.
Dudley Metropolitan Borough Council has two archaeological curators of which one is also an SMR Officer.
Curator for Exmoor National Park. Provides Development control advice, site management, survey and research. Also involved in local guided walks, talks and publications.
The archaeological conservation officer is the curator for the National Park Authority. Maintains the Historic Environment Record. Provides advice on site management and conservation, and development control.
Local Authority Curator and Sites and Monuments Record for North East Lincolnshire
The Humber Archaeology Partnership holds the Sites and Monuments Record for the East Riding of Yorkshire and Hull. It provides advice on planning, development and site management as well as providing a public information service. The Humber SMR has records of archaeological sites and finds dating from the prehistoric period until the post-medieval period, including [...]
Activities- Extracting Warwickshire’s Past is a new project aimed at community and those interested in the archaeology of Warwickshire. Exhibitions and school packs will be created along with training and support to carry out programmes of archaeological research and fieldwork within the sand and gravel producing areas of Warwickshire.