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The Agricultural Cycle and Archaeological Fieldwork

Headland Archaeology have produced an information leaflet that is being sent to our clients to remind them that we are now entering a phase in the agricultural cycle where trial trenching and geophysical survey is easier to undertake on arable land (see diagram below). The impact...

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New addition to our successful South & East office

The success of our South & East office, since opening in 2010, has seen us grow in skills, experience and staff. Joining the team this spring is new Project manager Tony Walsh. He has 27 years’ experience in commercial archaeology, working in a number of key roles....

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Headland is expanding

We are delighted to announce that Headland Archaeology has expanded to open a new office in Leeds. The company has seen substantial growth in the last year, securing £4.5m in new business across our existing office network, and we are seizing the opportunity for further...

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New Book Sheds Light on Hereford’s Medieval Past

Andy Boucher and Luke Craddock-Bennett are speaking at the Hay Festival to launch their book, ‘Death in the Close’, which digs down through 900 years of local history, thanks to recent archaeological discoveries in the grounds of Hereford Cathedral. ‘Death in the Close’ was written following excavations carried...

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Headland Continues to Expand – New Key Appointments

We have recently welcomed 12 news employees, including a UK expert in Geophysics and a Maritime consultant. Alistair Webb, specialist in geophysical surveys, and maritime heritage consultant Trevor Draeseke have joined the company as we look to expand our teams across our network of offices. Alistair will be working...

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Headland Unearth Possible Jousting Casualty in Hereford

As Headland nears the end of a Heritage Lottery-funded major project at Hereford Cathedral exciting new discoveries have come to light. So far one of these has captured the public imagination and was covered in a two-page spread for the February edition of the BBC...

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Planning Appeal Success in Cornwall

Headland Archaeology is pleased to announce that another planning appeal, with which we have been involved, has been granted.  The proposals, for a 34.2m high wind turbine at New Hartswell Farm, Herodsfoot, Liskeard, Cornwall, initially gave rise to concerns from English Heritage due to the...