Contractor covering Devon and adjoining counties. Services include assessment, evaluation, survey, building survey, excavation, historical research, site interpretation and finds research. Volunteers accepted individually, not in groups.
Specialises in field survey, topographic survey, standing building recording, field and post illustration, including CAD reconstructions
The University of Leeds Palaeoenvironmental consultancy service provides a high resolution environmental reconstruction for a range of professional clients. These include geologists, archaeologists, soil scientists and anthropologists. We specialise in the analysis and interpretation of palynological and molluscan material.
We are an independent archaeological organisation providing a wide range of archaeological services carried out to the highest professional standards. We carry out watching briefs, evaluations, excavations, surveys, desk-based assessments and historic building recording, in addition to other specialist and logistical services. Based in North Birmingham, we offer a quick response to clients across the […]
Holders of the West Yorkshire Historic Environment Record. Professional advisers on all aspects of the historic environment to the five metropolitan districts in West Yorkshire (Bradford, Calderdale, Kirklees, Leeds, Wakefield). We also host the Finds Liaison Officer post for West & South Yorkshire.
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 […]
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 […]
The statutory adviser to government departments and local authorities on archaeological issues. Responsible for research frameworks and standards in English archaeology.
The Uttoxeter Archaeological Society (U.A.S.) was formed in September 2002 to explore the Archaeology of Uttoxeter and the surrounding area. This amateur society aims to provide a focus for people interested in the towns’ history and prehistory. The society undertakes a range of activities including a programme of talks, School after school clubs, collection exhibitions, […]