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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