Triple-ditched barrow uncovered in evaluation trench

7th October 2013:

In June this year OA East evaluated the route of a new effluent pipeline in Chelmsford, Essex. The proposed route of this pipeline follows the line of the River ...

7th October 2013:

Since the beginning of August, OA North has been running a community and research excavation at Maryport, on the west coast of Cumbria. The project, which is being undertaken across two eight-week ...

3rd October 2013:

A TV crew from the BBC’s Inside Out South programme visited this summer’s excavation in the allotments overlying the south-west quarter of the Roman town at Dorchester-on-Thames.

The fieldwork, ...

19th August 2013:

On the 19th July a small group of members of the OA South team that recorded and analysed the remains from the First World War mass graves at Fromelles ...

An evaluation trench dug along the route of the Bexhill-Hastings link road

24th July 2013:

Archaeologists from OA South began an excavation along the route of the Bexhill to Hastings link road in summer 2013. The fieldwork, which is continuing, has focused on areas ...

The Neolithic enclosure at Rectory Farm, Godmanchester

22nd July 2013:

OA East has successfully tendered for the analysis and publication of the Rectory Farm, Godmanchester archaeological project. The fieldwork was carried out by the Central Archaeology Service of English ...

Some of the many people who visited the community excavation during an open weekend

15th July 2013:

Ditherington Flax Mill is the oldest iron-framed building in the world, and considered by English Heritage to be one of the most important industrial buildings in the country. Such is its ...

Shape Your Place

4th July 2013:

OA East is getting involved in a community initiative called Shape Your Place in Cambridgeshire, and is able to use the initiative’s projects to promote OA East’s work, help inform local people ...

Excavation of the site of Radcliffe Infirmary

27th June 2013:

Archaeologists from OA South have begun excavating the site of Radcliffe Infirmary in Oxford, which is being redeveloped to create a new building for the University of Oxford’s Blavatnik School of ...

The Reverend George Darby in front of Stock's congregation

25th June 2013:

After a programme of community excavations extending over a year, archaeologists at OA North and community members have finally completed the task of ...

Sizergh Castle

24th June 2013:

Our large flagship community project, undertaken with the National Trust, Levens Local History Group, and funded by HLF, is now under way at ...

Visitors at the excavation along the Derwent

10th June 2013:

Archaeologists from OA North have started digging along the River Derwent in Derby. The fieldwork for the Environment Agency in partnership with Derby City Council is being carried out ...


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