Professional photographer with over 25 years experience in archaeological recording and publicity. Specialities include large format photography & rectified photography. Work – London and East Anglia but consider anywhere in the UK & Europe.
AS Ltd – the Archaeology Service for projects that require: desktop assessment; watching brief; photographic survey and building recording. Partnered with an Engineering Consultancy to provide a complete archaeological consultancy service, UK wide.
Curator for South Gloucestershire. Maintains Historic Environment Record. Provides an integrated archaeological service.
Curator for West Berkshire unitary authority since June 2000, maintaining the Sites and Monuments Record for the western half of the county of Berkshire. Provides archaeological advice on planning applications and undertakes monument management and interpretation. Heritage Service also manages the West Berkshire Museum which houses the area’s archaeology collection.
Heritage conservation branch with usual curatorial tasks, including integrated record and specialist advice for the historic environment, as well as publishing an annual newspaper supplement, booklets and excavation reports. Manager, Owen Bedwin.
The official public voice of the Archaeological Institute of America. It is addressed to a popular audience and covers the whole gamut of archaeology.
We design, manufacture and sell resistivity meters intended for archaeological use and accessories and software. We host the UK mirror of the open source GRASS GIS software (free at our web site). We provide consulting services based around this and other geographical software packages.
A Bronze Age copper mine, laid open for tourists – underground tours and displays. Open daily 1st February to end of October. Excavations continue on the site and a small number of volunteers are accepted.
The biggest archaeological organization at the South of Russia.
Lectures, visits and a monthly newsletter, occasional journal detailing research.
A newly formed group covering the area between the Ouse, the Wharfe and the A64. We plan a series of walks and talks with members getting involved in fieldwalking, training and ultimately a series of digs at our Knights Templar site.
The society aims to encourage an interest in and promote the preservation of distinguished examples of architecture and the allied arts of all periods in Ireland.
Bexley Archaeological Group (BAG) provides an ongoing programme of field trips, research, projects & lectures. It provides an adult education course on the archaeology of the Bexley area and publishes a quarterly newsletter. Projects undertaken include survey and excavation work. Currently has excavation in progress at Norht Cray. Volunteers required.Membership Secretary, 40 The Priory, Priory [...]
We continued our campaign of urban excavations and field research in the medieval old town of Scarborough. Our work over the last 15 years was recently brought together in our publication The Archaeology of Medieval Scarborough which has gained wide acclaim. Also researching the history of Falsgrave, Pitt Rivers and association for Industrial Archaeology award [...]
Evening and outdoor meetings. Publishes a bulletin and organises two, one day conferences. Annual publication of papers.
Promotion of interest in history and archaeology of the area by monthly talks, an annual journal ‘Kenilworth History’, summertime staffing of exhibitions in the medieval Abbey Barn, and encouraging research for these exhibitions and publications.
Recording industrial sites in Norfolk as they become redundant or if sites are required for new use. Monthly lecture meetings in Norwich. Publishes quarterly newsletter and Norfolk Industrial Archaeology Society Journal. Continues to maintain and run the unique water driven saw mill at Gunton Park.
Active group with projects throughout the year on various sites in the Grantham area and further afield. Activities include fieldwalking, surveying and occasional excavation. Geophysical surveys also undertaken for ourselves and for other groups. Monthly group meetings with occasional speakers. Occasional group trips and visits. Please write or call for details.