Category: Curators

Leics County Council Environment and Heritage Services

Historic and Natural Environment Team is curator for Leicestershire & Rutland except for the City of Leicester. Maintains a Sites and Monuments Record and provides planning advice. Archaeological Services Team organises public events and displays and trains volunteers in object identification, fieldwalking techniques, watching briefs and running community archaeology groups. It runs the parish-based Leicestershire […]

Durham County Council Archaeology Section & SMR

Curator for County Durham and the Borough of Darlington. Maintains the Sites and Monuments Record (now searchable on-line at our website), provides development control advice and research facilities for general public and students etc. Also currently curates County Archaeology collections and manages Binchester Roman Fort visitor centre. Accepts volunteers for museum work and SMR enhancement […]

Orkney Archaeological Trust + Friends of OAT

Preparing proposals for the establishment of an archaeological institute. In partnership with the University of the Highlands and Islands and Orkney College: Fieldschool at the Iron Age complex of Mine Howe (as seen on Time Team), commencing August.

Stoke-on-Trent Archaeology Service

Both curator and contractor in Staffordshire. Maintains Sites and Monuments record for Stoke-on-Trent. Specialists in post-medieval archaeology, the archaeology of the pottery industry, and post-medieval ceramics generally.

Cornwall County Council, Historic Environment Service

Local Authority Unit within the county council Environment and Heritage Service dealing with all aspects of planning advice, countryside and other advice, for the historic environment of Cornwall and Scilly including maintenance of the Historic Environment Record. The field section (formerly Cornwall Archaeological Unit) operates within Cornwall and Scilly and covers a wide variety of […]

Gloucestershire Archaeology Service

The Archaeology Service provides the County SMR, archaeological advice to a wide range of organisations including local planning authorities and an archaeological fieldwork service.

Glamorgan-Gwent Archaeological Trust Ltd.

Curator and contractor covering the old counties of Glamorgan and Gwent. Maintains a computerised Sites and Monuments Record, and provides a regional archaeological service. Training excavations are occasionally arranged for students at local universities only. Lectures, open days and exhibitions but no field archaeology.

Stirling Council, Environment Services

Curator for Stirling Council Area and Clackmannanshire. Maintains computerised Sites and Monuments Record. Provides advice on planning. Also lectures and guided walks.

Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority

Curatorial service for Yorkshire Dales National Park. Maintains Historic Environment Record. Provides planning advice, monument management and interpretation of sites. Has regular programme of guided walks.

Dorset County Council Archaeology Service

Curator for Dorset. Maintains computerised Sites and Monuments Record. Provides advice on development control and management and interpretation of sites. Co-ordinator for treasure Act – Dorset. Portable Antiquities liaison officer (Dorset/Somerset) based in service. Historic Environment Countryside Advisor. Historic towns project in progress. Web: www.dorsetforyou.gov.uk/index.jsp?articleid=384773

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