Charitable Trust promoting archaeological research and heritage-related education in the Yorkshire Dales
Bronze Age living history displays for visitors centres and museums, covering everything from domestic living through to metalworking. We have produced some of the finest cameos of Bronze Age living for television.
No more exists, marion 29/05/08
A fun to learn group from 9-16yrs. in age affiliated to the National YAC. Meeting once a month on the second Saturday. Researching local history and archaeology. Trying past technologies, undertaking field walking and excavation. Sharing our meetings with archaeologists and experts to gain knowledge. Meet in Pontefract Museum
Contractors covering Northern England. Services include full scale excavations of all periods, assessments, evaluations, watching briefs, surveying and remote sensing, building survey, community archaeology initiatives, and pottery research and reports, esp. relating to Roman period.
Consulting archaeological contractors, primarily undertaking work in south Yorkshire and Derbyshire.
Archaeological contractors and consultants, operating nationally but mainly in Wiltshire, Dorset and Somerset. Volunteers accepted, but please write with CV first as opportunities are limited.
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.