Hidden Guildhall: what will you discover about York’s past?

Work for this project will focus on the site of the Hutments building, on the northern side of the Guildhall, which is located on...

Cirencester Cockerel inspires poem

As part of the current ‘Food for Thought’ exhibition at the Corinium Museum, poet Dan Simpson made a poem inspired by and honouring the...

The slingshots of Burnswark Camp

Dr John Reid, Chairman of the Trimontium Trust, reveals the results of the first detailed survey of a Roman battlefield in Britain in Current...

Commonwealth Games Athletes Village – before the games

CFA were retained by City Legacy Ltd to undertake the construction phase archaeological works for the £400 million Commonwealth Games Athletes Village contract. This...

Mental Health First Aid Training

Recently a number of Wessex Archaeology staff took part in training organised by Breaking Ground Heritage’s Richard Bennett. The training was in Mental Health First...

Pupils strike Gold with Bronze Age hair tress

The boys, aged from 7 to 10, were on a local dig at Kirkhaugh, arranged by the North Pennines Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty...

Hadrian’s Wall Monuments – 3D Scan No.2

   (http://www.nu-digitalheritage.com). One of the planned uses of these digital models will be for use as a teaching resource for initiatives such as their free online...

Faces of medieval Leith revealed

In the summer of 2009 a team of archaeologists from Headland Archaeology, commissioned by City of Edinburgh Council, excavated the remains of the post-medieval...

Glorious Gardens

Northlight Heritage are delighted to launch Glorious Gardens: Exploring hidden gardens and forgotten landscapes over the next two years they will be working with...

Brochtastic Christmas pressies

There are more broch sites in Caithness than anywhere else in Scotland, and so to promote this amazing resource the Caithness Broch Project was...