Marine news: HSE Diving Qualification obtained

Cotswold Archaeology’s Senior Marine Heritage consultant, Michael Walsh, has recently obtained his HSE Scuba diving qualifications. Michael already has almost two hundred hours diving experience and gaining this qualification allows his participation in the variety of underwater projects that Cotswold Archaeology is currently undertaking. These include the excavation of the wreck of the London in…
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Diving contract award

Cotswold Archaeology has been appointed by Historic England to undertake archaeological assessments, including geophysical and diver surveys, of three designated sites. The purpose of the project is to assess whether the sites still merit designation. Langdon Bay, Brighton Marina and Hanover have not been fully assessed by archaeologists for many years so it is unclear…
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New Senior Marine Consultant appointment

We are delighted to announce that Michael Walsh has recently joined us as a Senior Marine Consultant. He spent the previous two years leading the Headland Archaeology marine team in Edinburgh. Michael has extensive experience in the UK offshore sector and has worked on numerous projects such as offshore windfarms and interconnectors, dealing with all…
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Eddie Price 1923-2015

CA Chief Executive Neil Holbrook was honoured to speak at the memorial service for Eddie Price on 2 March 2015. Eddie was a great Gloucestershire archaeologist who excavated for 49 years at his farm at Frocester Court near Stonehouse, Gloucestershire. Neil said ‘Eddie may have been a farmer first and foremost, but he was a…
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