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Interpreting Our Outdoor Heritage

Visit almost any countryside property or heritage site and you will have come across some way of telling that place’s story to visitors and...

Post-ex training – Hidden Heritage Project – Loch Lomond

Volunteer training opportunities in the Glasgow area for post excavation from June 24th, 2013. Soil flotation, wash/sort/record/catalogue the finds from our excavations, plus a...

Flag Fen Archaeology Park

Brave living history enthusiasts will put aside 21st century comforts for six days - and go back 3,500 years at Flag Fen Archaeology Park...

Community Archaeology Training Placements (youth-focused)

The Council for British Archaeology (CBA) is offering a further cohort of youth-focused Community Archaeology Training Placements with twelve host organisations across England, Scotland...

Saints and Secrets – Dig Ventures

There are just 13 days left to reach our target. But that is just enough time to book your place on site, or on...
CITiZAN archaeologists assessing cliff erosion © CITiZAN

Urgent call for volunteers to survey England’s disappearing coastal archaeology

Today, CITiZAN is calling for an army of volunteers to help survey and monitor these nationally-important but vulnerable archaeological sites before they disappear. One of...

Aerial archaeology film – Is There An Archaeologist Onboard

“Is There An Archaeologist Onboard” is a short film introducing the viewer to one of the most important methods of discovering the past. Archaeologist Prof....

Romans in Ravenglass – Volunteers needed

South of Ravenglass village stand the impressive ruins of the Roman Fort and Bath House. They are part of the Hadrian's Wall UNESCO World Heritage...

Derrywoone Castle Archaeological Excavation 2013

Derrywoone Castle Archaeological Excavation 2013 Volunteers Wanted The excavation: An excavation will take place at Derrywoone Castle, Barons Court, Newtownstewart, Co. Tyrone, between May 27th and...
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Skeletons uncovered at Ipplepen reveals major Roman cemetery

University of Exeter archaeologists along with a team of students and volunteers uncovered the human remains during excavation of a Roman road with adjacent...