Helen Evans

Helen Evans

Project Officer

Tel:
01524 880236
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Helen has wide-ranging experience in heritage management, historic buildings and landscape archaeology, having worked in commercial and academic archaeology, and buildings conservation. She undertakes desk-based assessments and historic environment reports, including environmental statements, heritage assessments and landscape surveys.

Helen has a BA in archaeology and prehistory (1994), an MA in landscape archaeology (1997) and a PhD in the Neolithic and Bronze Age Landscapes of Cumbria (2005) from the University of Sheffield. She also has a Postgraduate Diploma in conservation of the historic environment (2015) from the University of Reading.

Helen's particular research interests lie in Cumbrian prehistory and it historic landscapes. She is a deputy co-editor of the Transactions of the Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society and sits on the committee of the Cumbria Vernacular Buildings Group.

Helen Evans

Helen Evans

Project Officer

Tel:
01524 880236
E-mail:
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Helen has wide-ranging experience in heritage management, historic buildings and landscape archaeology, having worked in commercial and academic archaeology, and buildings conservation. She undertakes desk-based assessments and historic environment reports, including environmental statements, heritage assessments and landscape surveys.

Helen has a BA in archaeology and prehistory (1994), an MA in landscape archaeology (1997) and a PhD in the Neolithic and Bronze Age Landscapes of Cumbria (2005) from the University of Sheffield. She also has a Postgraduate Diploma in conservation of the historic environment (2015) from the University of Reading.

Helen's particular research interests lie in Cumbrian prehistory and it historic landscapes. She is a deputy co-editor of the Transactions of the Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society and sits on the committee of the Cumbria Vernacular Buildings Group.


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