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Archaeology Warwickshire Dig it man!
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Many local groups are interested in exploring and researching their historic environment and only lack the experience and know how to drive a project forward.

We can provide the training and expertise needed to secure funding and assure outcomes your community can enjoy.
We can help you find the historic resources in your area!

Can you dig it?

Archaeology Warwickshire are here to help
Contact Stuart Palmer, Business Manager on 01926 412278
email: fieldarchaeology@warwickshire.gov.uk visit: www.warwickshire.gov.uk/archaeology
Archaeology Warwickshire, The Butts, Warwick CV34 4SS
Our services include:
? Archaeological training
? Field survey ? Building recording
? Finds identification seminars
? Community project management
? Expert speakers ? Interpretation
? Public relations and media coverage
? Open days

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#2
moonlighting again dino?
If they can get you asking the wrong questions, they don't have to worry about answers
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#3
Bit of a long commute! xx(
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#4
for a photo shoot?
If they can get you asking the wrong questions, they don't have to worry about answers
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#5
Is this a Forum topic or just an advert? I'm confused. If the latter, how much did they pay for it and can anyone?
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#6
Smile do you have something in mind... ??

If you contact me and explain what it is about, then I may indeed say ... go for it.

If you want a topic. then this is perhaps a sign of what is a growing concept.. a new age for engagement. NOT interference. and training... not telling.

Here to help Smile
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BAJR Wrote:Smile do you have something in mind... ??

If you contact me and explain what it is about, then I may indeed say ... go for it.

If you want a topic. then this is perhaps a sign of what is a growing concept.. a new age for engagement. NOT interference. and training... not telling.

Here to help Smile


Not really, but I don't understand what is so new about this - after all the link takes you to the page of, in their own words 'an archaeological contractor' and the leaflet says 'we are a commercial service'. So what am I missing exactly? Here to help - yes, for a price, like everyone else. So can everyone else have a free advert or do you have to pull the wool, sorry, word 'community' over everybody's eyes for that to happen?
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I must admit my response was much the same as Redearths and I too saw this as a free advert. Yes they do community archaeology but they charge for it so what is the difference between this and any other commercial set up apert from "community" in the title? I probably need to read the bumf on the website again to see if I am missing something
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#9
I am only thinking of BAJR's revenue streams, and keeping the shareholders of OmniBAJR Inc happy. Surely all these community ventures will be supported by oodles of Lottery Money, so I reckon BAJR is due at least 10%.
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#10
Cunning plan... the BAJR income stream gets depleted very rapidly... when i actually fund community work ... don't tell people though - it is a nice surprise for folk.

I wish I made enough to fund more. Sad OmniBAJR Worldwide Enterprises Inc however brushes it's teeth with Moet and bathes in asses milk, while driving up to site in a Rolls .... :face-approve:

However. donations are always welcome to my Mother's memorial fund, that helps young archaeologists get started, before crushing their dreams with the harsh reality.

http://www.bajr.org/BAJRresources/EDF.asp if you feel generous ... and BIG thanks to those that do contribute by the way..

damn.. a humorous reply has turned into a serious one.
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