Cotswold Archaeology and COVID-19

26.05.2020 update: Cotswold Archaeology is open for business. Read our statement here.

Welcome to Cotswold Archaeology

We offer the full range of heritage and archaeological services from our Andover, Cirencester, Exeter, Milton Keynes and Suffolk offices. Established for over 30 years with an excellent reputation for quality.

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Tim has passed topographical survey data through imaging software to produce a 3D model of this probable #BronzeAge barrow. The monument was barely visible to the eye, with mound material surviving despite intensive modern agricultural activity #Archaeology #CASiteTeam #Suffolk https://t.co/hrP6D2Sc8h

As members of the @HistEnvForum we're working to ensure our past supports our future. You can read more about heritage in the COVID-19 world, The Government's Cultural Recovery Fund, and supporting the nation's and our sector's recovery, here: https://t.co/7BnWAiHfxJ #HeritageNow https://t.co/dfXVQypgbx

Many of us are being hit hard by the impacts of COVID-19 and #heritage can support the nation's recovery in many ways. We want to help the UK thrive, so we can safeguard our nation's recovery and strengthen its position on the world stage. Follow #HeritageNow to learn more... https://t.co/cQP0gjWkk2

We believe #archaeology allows us all to tangibly explore our past and deepens our appreciation of our #heritage. Professional archaeologists work for the public benefit, adding value to society and the economy through planning-led, academic and community routes #HeritageNow https://t.co/QMEoRpwI3N

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Latest news

Reconstruction of Transmitting Buried Reserve, by Jon Bennett

In 2019, CA was commissioned to record part of a reasonably well-preserved ‘Chain Home’ early warning radar station, located just south of Norwich. Chain Home was a pioneering network of radar stations constructed prior to, and during, the Second World War. An experiment in 1935 proved conclusively that it was possible to detect aircraft by radio.…
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