OA East worked with Village Colleges in Cambridgeshire to engage young people in archaeology through successful Young Roots Heritage Lottery Fund projects.

Two of the most successful projects were “Linton In Layers” in 2009 ...

COSMIC: Trials at Cranfield's National Soil Resources InstituteArchaeological sites have been suffering from plough-damage since the first ard was dragged across the ground. But how do you assess the risk level to individual sites? Since 1999 OA South has been working on ...
Our community As a registered educational charity, we care about helping people to discover and enjoy their heritage. Oxford Archaeology is committed to serving the community by widening access to archaeology and encouraging the ...

Oxford Archaeology has a proud tradition of delivering high-quality, academically-rigorous and stimulating research

OA’s research is typically commissioned by publicly-funded bodies, such as Historic England and the Environment Agency. This has included, among many ...

OA East offers a wide range of services and resources to schools and other organisations to promote access to the heritage and archaeology of Cambridgeshire.

As an organisation that has worked within the education sector ...

Volunteering at Oxford Archaeology

Oxford Archaeology is committed to widening access to heritage and archaeology. We welcome and support volunteers to get involved in our work.

Volunteering with us can be a great opportunity ...

One of the challenges facing modern archaeologists working in a commercial environment is sharing the findings from fieldwork projects in a format that is easily accessible. In 2010, the Greater Manchester Archaeology Unit (now ...

The findings of excavations at Dorchester-on-Thames, a collaboration between Oxford University’s School of Archaeology, OA South, Dorchester Abbey Museum and the people of Dorchester-on-Thames, have been described in a new booklet, The Discovering Dorchester-on-Thames project: ...


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