The Picts learning resource– shortlisted for British Archaeology Awards

A Forestry Commission Scotland learning resource which helps pupils discover the mysterious Picts has been shortlisted for a prestigious UK archaeological award. The British Archaeology...

Salford Dig offers opportunity for community dig

As part of the Charlestown Riverside redevelopment works, a community excavation is being held at the site of Pendleton Old Hall, a 16th century...

Free training places at Folkstone Fieldschool

Great news from the Canterbury Archaeological Trust. Due to a generous grant by the Roger De Haan Charitable Trust, they are able to offer a...

Meet the new Salisbury Finds Assistants

In Spring 2016, the Salisbury office advertised for full time post-excavation assistants to help process the finds from several excavations, including the exciting Neolithic...

Graduate training scheme highly commended in the archaeology training awards

Oxford Archaeology's graduate training scheme, which was designed to invest in staff development, support Chartered Institute for Archaeologists (CIfA) initiatives, and meet a shortfall...

First Annual CITiZAN Conference

The First Annual CITiZAN Conference will be held at The Spa, Bridlington, on the 10th October. The day will run from 9.15am to 4.00pm. Talks will...

HeritageJam 2015

 The aim of the jam is to bring together heritage, visualisation and media specialists to collaborate, curate and showcase cutting edge interpretation.  Last year...
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...

Sherwood Forest Archaeological Training Field School 2015

This course is suitable for all levels from beginner to experienced digger! You will receive training and experience in: Excavation, Stratigraphy, Contexts records, Recording, Drawing, Photography, Pottery identification,...
19th century “Highland Clearance” landscape - Surveyed by students from UHI

Understanding the Clearances – part of the Being Human Festival

 The University of the Highlands and Islands Archaeology Institute (www.uhi.ac.uk/archaeology) has won funding to take part in Being Human 2015, the UK’s only national...