The Canterbury Archaeological Trust was formed in 1975 to undertake excavations, research, publication and the presentation of the results of its work to the public.
They employ a team of highly qualified and experienced field archaeologists and specialists.
Key Trust activities include:
|They undertake archaeological fieldwork across SE England and desk-based research|
|They record standing buildings of historic and archaeological interest|
|They provide planning consultation and advice|
|They are the Investigating Authority for the Canterbury Area of Archaeological Importance|
|They publish reports of our work, both popular and academic|
|They manage the Archaeology in Education Service (AES) for Kent schools and colleges|
Tel: 01227 462062
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