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.
Suffolk Archaeology's excavation of a small rural site in Poslingford, Suffolk, ahead of the construction works for new houses, is a typical example of how archaeological investigation associated with modern development can be used to investigate and record the history of our local communities…Read more
Suffolk Archaeology (as the Suffolk County Council Archaeological Service Field Team) undertook the excavation of a local post-medieval brick-making site at Euston, Suffolk in the summer of 2014, in advance of the creation of a farm reservoir. The project followed phases of desktop, geophysical and trial trench survey which had identified two kilns and associated clay quarry pits, settling ponds and drainage networks, all thought to be associated with the rebuilding of the Euston Estate manor house and other buildings in the 17th and 18th centuries. Two extant ponds were presumed to be the eponymous ‘wash pits’, which were used in the clay purification process…Read more