Cotswold Archaeology achieves Bronze at Mind’s Workplace Wellbeing Awards

mind's Bronze badge

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!

printscreen of the reports online website showing the search form and a map

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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We are seeking new trustees

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Cotswold Archaeology is a registered educational charity, and as such it is governed by a Board of Trustees who also serve as Non-Executive Company Directors. We now have up a vacancy on our Board and would like to hear from people who are interested in being considered as a Trustee.  We are particularly looking for…
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Exeter team is moving to a new office!

Wednesday 17 October 2018 was a red-letter day for our Exeter team. After much searching we have finally moved into new larger premises, less than 5 minutes from our old office! The new office gives us much greater flexibility, space to grow and the ability to deliver a wider range of services. Fortunately we were…
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New Trustees 2018

new trustees at CA

Our charitable status is an important aspect of Cotswold Archaeology, but we can’t be a charity without trustees who are responsible for setting our overall direction and ensuring good corporate governance. Trustees don’t get paid; they perform the role because they believe in us and care about what we are doing. In September we welcomed…
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CA’s Milton Keynes office relocates to bigger premises

a group of people (MK team) standing in the new office

On the morning of Friday 5th January it was all hands on deck as we prepared for the MK office relocation from Kiln Farm to larger premises at Stonebridge (a grand distance of 3 miles). Across the office could be heard panicked cries of “Do we have to label EVERYTHING?!”, “I’ve run out of stickers!”…
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Cotswold Archaeology Nominated for Two Current Archaeology Awards!

Currwnt Archaeology Awards nominee badges

The 2018 Current Archaeology Awards nominations have been announced, and we are fortunate enough to have been nominated for two awards, both in the Research Project of the Year category! Rome’s Homes On The Range: Revealing the Romano-British Countryside This nomination is for our work as partners with the University of Reading on the Roman…
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We are seeking new trustees

CA logo

Cotswold Archaeology is a registered educational charity, and as such it is governed by a Board of Trustees who also serve as Non-Executive Company Directors. We now have up to three vacancies on our Board and would like to hear from people who are interested in being considered as a Trustee.  We are particularly looking…
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