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Andy Boucher and Luke Craddock-Bennett are speaking at the Hay Festival to launch their book, ‘Death in the Close’, which digs down through 900 years of local history, thanks to recent archaeological discoveries in the grounds of Hereford Cathedral. ‘Death in the Close’ was written following excavations carried...

As Headland nears the end of a Heritage Lottery-funded major project at Hereford Cathedral exciting new discoveries have come to light. So far one of these has captured the public imagination and was covered in a two-page spread for the February edition of the BBC...

We are delighted to currently be working on the post excavation and publication of a site within Brenkley Lane Surface Mine, to the north of Newcastle upon Tyne. The excavation of this 4.2 hectare site was undertaken on behalf of Banks Mining in order to...

During works to replace class rooms at English Bicknor Primary School significant structural remains of a stone castle were uncovered. Gloucestershire County Council, Headland Archaeology and English Heritage were working together on the project at the school when a 2m high tower base was discovered in...

In the summer of 2009 a team of archaeologists from Headland Archaeology, commissioned by City of Edinburgh Council, excavated the remains of the post-medieval graveyard associated with South Leith Parish Church in advance of the tram infrastructure construction at Constitution Street. The excavation yielded 302...

We made Culture24's top ten list for June! We are thrilled that our investigations for the Aberdeen Park and Ride at Dyce, on behalf of AECOM for Aberdeen City Council, made the list amongst many other exciting UK discoveries. This project not only garnered the attention of Culture24 but has previously...

Investigations by Headland Archaeology North on behalf of AECOM for Aberdeen City Council, in advance of the construction of a Park and Ride at Dyce, Aberdeen have unearthed a 4,000 year old story of human occupation and interaction with the landscape of the area. The project,...

We are proud to be working with the Staffordshire Alliance on Network Rail’s £250 million Stafford Area Improvements Programme. The programme will provide improved capacity and performance on the Stafford section of the West Coast main line through the delivery of three key projects – linespeed...

A team of heritage professionals from Headland Archaeology Midlands & West has been working at a new housing development being built by Bloor Homes at Home Farm, Fairford in Gloucestershire. We have uncovered evidence for human occupation dating back over 2,000 years. The first phase...