This is the title of a presentation by James Gerrard at the joint CBASE and KAS conference on 12 November, which this year explores the theme of Agriculture, Industry and Trade in the Roman South East.Read More
Groundworks contractors in Plumstead have found an unexpected air raid shelter! Our evaluation trenches in different parts of the site had previously uncovered two phases of 19th century occupation.Read More
In case you missed it, here’s Mark talking about our huge Iron Age site in St. Neots.Read More
We’ve made the news with our discovery of an Iron Age Farm on a large-scale excavation ahead of the Monksfield development in Cambridgeshire.Read More
On Saturday Katie from PCA Durham went Ebchester, County Durham, to hold a finds display for a community group: The Friends of Vindomora.
Vindomora is the name of the Roman fort directly beneath the village of Ebchester. The group invited us for a tour of the village and Roman remains – the people who owned the farm were kind enough to let us in to see their very own hypocaust in their back garden! The group have lots of plans to encourage more awareness of the history of the village and we hope to stay involved in any way we can!
Mark Hinman, as CAS conference secretary, has organised the first annual round-up on archaeology in the region since 2019. This event is open to all with no pre-booking required.Read More
Christiane Meckseper will be giving a talk to the Haddenham Local History Group on Thursday 17th November at 7.30pm at the Arkenstall Centre in Haddenham, Cambridgeshire.Read More
Barking Abbey School recognised that due to the cost of living crisis, both parents and children were struggling to afford food and school uniform so they set up a school food and uniform bank. They had asked for donations from local businesses to support them in buying new stock.Read More
Join CBA London in person or online for a hybrid meeting of the popular London Archaeological Forum!Read More
Katie and Eniko from the Durham Office will be taking part in the 2022 Autumn Roman Finds Group Conference New Research on Finds from the Eastern Region of Hadrian’s Wall. This will be held online via Zoom on Friday 7th and Saturday 8th October 2022. The conference is free to attend for all.Read More