Here you can find out what's happening at Suffolk Archaeology, including news of our current or recent projects in the field, updates on the progress of our post-excavation investigations and forthcoming publications, and information about any future events such as upcoming community digs or talks and presentations in which you could get involved.
We continue to have a sustained increase in our work programme and require a number of project assistants with a range of experience, initially for a contract of 4 months, to work on projects in the west of Suffolk. …Read more
Suffolk Archaeology CIC held its first conference at the historic Quay Place (formerly St Mary at the Quay), at the waterfront in Ipswich on 13th May 2017. The event was a great success with over 100 people attending the presentation by our guest speakers of a wide range of heritage and archaeology projects from around Suffolk.
We have had a busy summer and autumn and, in addition to open days linked to two of our excavations at Isleham, Cambridgeshire and Fornham All Saints, Suffolk, we have been able to carry out or support several other projects and events in which the general public have been able to get involved …Read more
In September and October 2016 detailed fluxgate gradiometer survey covering c. 22.5 hectares on four fields adjacent to West Row Road, Mildenhall, Suffolk was carried out as a first stage of works to assess the impact of a proposed planning application …Read more
On 22nd October over 160 visitors came to see our display, held in partnership with the Isleham Society at the Beeches Community Centre in Isleham, of the results of a small excavation we carried out in the village during May 2016
Suffolk Archaeology is pleased to announce that it is now an accredited Registered Organisation (RO) with the Chartered Institute of Archaeologists (CIfA).…Read more
In late March 2016 Suffolk Archaeology carried out two Geophysics open days at Garden Field, Sutton Hoo, allowing visitors to the famous National Trust site to learn about how such surveys are carried out. Two types of equipment were used, a magnetometer and a magnetic susceptibility meter …Read more
Over 500 visitors came to our recent public events in Suffolk; the first of a planned series of Open Days at our major Iron Age and Roman excavation in Fornham All Saints, and a display of the excavation results from our 2015 excavation of an Anglo-Saxon settlement site at Kentford
In March 2016 Suffolk Archaeology undertook a detailed fluxgate gradiometer and magnetic susceptibility meter survey on land currently set aside for sheep pasture at Garden Field, Sutton Hoo, Suffolk …Read more
Suffolk Archaeology was commissioned to investigate the Guildhall Feoffment school site in Bury St Edmunds before building works began on a new classroom and kitchen. The school lies in the road system that was set up by Abbot Anselm in the 11th century, placing it firmly within the core of the old town. Bury had a large medieval market, and its Abbey was a famous pilgrimage site, making it an important and wealthy regional centre…Read more