Cotswold Archaeology And Oxford Archaeology To Further Develop Site-Based Digital Recording

Person recording an archaeological feature on a mobile phone

Cotswold Archaeology and Oxford Archaeology are pleased to announce that they are partnering on the further development of a web-based digital recording and mapping system for archaeological fieldwork. Building on pioneering work undertaken by Oxford Archaeology, the system will henceforth be jointly owned by the two charities, and they have committed to a programme to…
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Cotswold Archaeology and COVID-19

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Cotswold Archaeology fully understands and accepts its responsibilities for the safety and well-being of our staff, clients and others during the national health emergency brought about by the onset of the COVID-19 virus. We have worked hard since March 2020 to ensure that our operations accord with the latest Government guidance and have developed a…
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Cotswold Archaeology achieves ISO 45001 certification

aerial photo fo people excavating a stone structure

Cotswold Archaeology is delighted to announce that our occupational health and safety management system (referred to simply as CA SHE) has been certified to the highly regarded ISO 45001 standard. Here is how we got there… Back in 2019, with CA’s continuing growth and success, the possibility of acquiring the ISO 45001 standard was first…
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Oxford Cotswold Archaeology JV wins a place on England’s first archaeology framework for national road projects

Oxford Cotswold Archaeology

Oxford Archaeology and Cotswold Archaeology, working together as Oxford Cotswold Archaeology JV (OCA JV), are delighted to have won a place on a framework to undertake archaeological investigations associated with new major road projects in England over the next four years. Highways England has announced the organisations that have won places on its new £195m…
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Stonehenge – we are going to be involved!

Stonehenge

Following the Government’s decision to approve the improvement of the A303 trunk road at Stonehenge, Wiltshire, Cotswold Archaeology is proud to announce that it is a member of the largest collaborative partnership of archaeological organisations ever put together in the UK. The consortium is led by Wessex Archaeology and it will work on behalf of…
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CA’s new recruitment portal

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CA has launched a new online recruitment portal to advertise and manage our recruitment process. You can register your details on the website and receive notifications when vacancies of interest become available. When registering on the website, you will create a profile (like a CV) and then when a vacancy becomes available you can quickly apply.…
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Cotswold Archaeology achieves Bronze at Mind’s Workplace Wellbeing Awards

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Cotswold Archaeology was one of 103 organisations to take part in Mind’s annual Workplace Wellbeing Index, and was recognised with a Bronze Award, meaning we are committed to achieving change within their workplace. Mind’s Workplace Wellbeing Index is a benchmark of best policy and practice, celebrating the good work employers are doing to promote and…
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Keynes, trains and automobiles

Drone Image of archaeological works

We were clearly trying too hard to come up with a witty headline but the facts are clear, when it comes to the big infrastructure projects we stand side-by-side with our clients, managing their complex archaeological requirements. Whether it is in the planning or construction stages of projects, we have the skills and experience to…
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CA’s New Trustee

new trustee, Karen Ann Jospehides

We are delighted to welcome Karen Ann Josephides, People Director at Arsenal Football Club, as a new trustee and non-executive company director of Cotswold Archaeology. Karen Ann says “The Trustee role at CA is a great opportunity and privilege.  I have experience of both working in business and for a Charity.  This role provides an…
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New Trustees 2019

new trustees

We have recently added two new trustees to our Board. Professor Christopher Gerrard has held a Chair in Archaeology at Durham University since 2009. He gained a PhD at the University of Bristol in 1987 and joined the newly-formed Cotswold Archaeological Trust (as we were called then) in 1989, going on to become the Senior…
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Cotswold Looks East

cotswold and suffolk logos

Cotswold Archaeology and Suffolk Archaeology Merge. We are pleased to announce that Suffolk Archaeology Community Interest Company has become part of Cotswold Archaeology. This initiative builds on the strong history of collaboration between the two companies in East Anglia over the past few years on projects such as Sizewell Nuclear Power Station and the cable…
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New CA Reports Online website launched!

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Many of you will already know of our ‘Reports Online’ website, the online library that makes freely available pretty much every CA fieldwork report that we’ve ever produced, with new reports added as they become publically available. Frequent visitors may also have noticed that the website hadn’t been performing too well recently – due to…
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