Some example Mercian Archaeological Services CIC Projects - We are currently working with many groups on other projects. If you want to discuss your project idea and see it listed here please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
St. Edwin’s Chapel Fieldwalking and Geophysical Magnetic Survey 2014
Mercian Archaeological Services volunteers and community members excavated test pits around the village of Clipstone in Nottinghamshire, to investigate the development of the village in the Medieval Period.
Community Archaeology Nottinghamshire, Community Archaeology Derbyshire, Community Archaeology Leicestershire, Community Archaeology East Midlands, Mercian Archaeological Services Community Archaeology for Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire, Sherwood Forest, Leicestershire and the East Midlands. Community Archaeology Nottinghamshire, Community Archaeology East Midlands, Community Archaeology Leicestershire. Archaeological
Bainbridge Archaeology Project, Wensleydale, North Yorkshire
Archaeological project investigating this multi-period site centred on a late Bronze Age fort, set in the hearth of James Herriot’s beautiful Wensleydale valley. 2018 - ongoing. Bainbridge & Askrigg, Wensleydale, North Yorkshire.
Having collated all 1m, 0.5m and 0.25m LiDAR for the Sherwood Forest area into a GIS; this project analyses LiDAR data for archaeological remains and utilises ground-truthing surveys to test the data set.
Specialists in Community Archaeology, Public Involvement, Research & Training
Community Archaeology Nottinghamshire, Excavation, Research, Volunteering, Community Archaeology Derbyshire, Training, Social, Learning, Community Archaeology Leicestershire, Heritage, Involvement, Belonging, Knowledge sharing, Community Archaeology Lincolnshire, Topographic Survey, Talks and Presentations, Outreach, Archaeology Projects , Open Days, Schools, Finds Processing, Day Schools, Field Schools, Young People, Archaeology and History of Sherwood Forest, Pottery Research, Medieval, Roman, Prehistoric, Community Interest Company, Community Archaeology Nottinghamshire.