Category: Join In

Gwynedd Archaeological Trust

GAT is an educational charity governed by a board of trustees. The professional staff undertake a wide variety of archaeological work including maintenance of sites and monuments records, heritage management consultancy and contract work. It also has a ‘friends’ organisation which is open to anyone to join. See web-site for updates.

Northamptonshire Archaeology

Contractor offering full archaeological service from geophysics to area excavations, including garden archaeology and building recording, to both public and private sectors, operating throughout the South-east, the Midlands, and beyond. Recent projects include a prehistoric ritual complex and Roman settlement at Cambridge Road, Bedford; the town ditch at Coventry, with over 100 waterlogged late medieval […]

Marches Archaeology

Contractors covering the Midlands and Wales. Services include evaluation, excavation, building survey and desk top analysis. Volunteers encouraged where circumstances permit.

Worcester Cathedral Archaeology Dept.

Carries out excavation, building recording and post-excavation work for the cathedral and its precinct. Volunteers accepted for excavation and post-excavation work.

Humber Archaeology Partnership

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 […]

Warwickshire Museum Field Services

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.

catsco.org.uk

Specialist Tool supply company posting out to the archaeological fraternity world wide.

National Monuments Record

The National Monuments record is the public archive of English Heritage. The collection contains over 8 million photos covering all parts of England and includes images of historic buildings and archaeological sites from the ground and from the air. Thousands of plans, drawings and reports are also held. Online resources and a range of search […]