In Touch has been produced since April 2007, but has until now only been available to OA staff. While many items that have appeared in In Touch have featured on the OA website as news stories, there has been a desire to share the magazine with a wider audience and let more people know about the exciting and innovative work that is happening at Oxford Archaeology.
Issue 31 takes a look back over 2013 and 2014 to bring a taste of the huge variety of projects, including excavations, historic building recording, heritage services, community archaeology projects, and publication.
The magazine also takes a more in-depth look at key aspects of recent work, for example the success in setting up and delivering Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) projects, and working with English Heritage on its National Heritage Protection Plan (NHPP).
The issue features a summary of Oxford Archaeology’s strategy and vision for 2020.
Impressive and transparent, so why not download and read In Touch issue 31 by clicking here.
Source: Oxford Archaeology