Archaeologists unearth two exceptional ancient artefacts at quarries in Essex and Surrey
Lafarge Tarmac site helping to unlocking the secrets of early Neanderthals in Britain
Excavations at surface coal mine reveal how area was worked and inhabited through the ages
Association responds to English Heritage consultation on Historic Environment Good Practice Advice in Planning
Winners announced in annual marine aggregates producers archaeological awards scheme
Four early-Neolithic houses unearthed at CEMEX UK’s Kingsmead Quarry in Berkshire
Archaeologists unearth one of the most unusual and exciting discoveries found this year
A WIDE range of Bronze Age artifacts not normally found on prehistoric sites in Britain has been unearthed at Hanson’s Must Farm Quarry at Whittlesey, near Peterborough.
THE National Association of Mining History Organisations (NAMHO) is currently producing a ‘Research Framework for the Archaeology of the Extractive Industries in England’.
A BROKEN tooth from the Orthacodus family, an extinct group of sharks, has been found in the Cambridge Greensand at CEMEX’s Barrington Quarry, near Cambridge.
Once-in-a-lifetime finds have come from a more than decade-long collaboration between Tarmac and Archaeological Research Services
Archaeologists shed light on Late Iron Age–Early Roman life ahead of final phase of mineral extraction at Summerleaze’s Berry Hill Farm Quarry
Hanson sites helping archaeologists to extend knowledge of the past
Insights from the Magnesian Limestone Project
A remarkable haul of 28 flint hand-axes, dated by archaeologists to be around 100,000 years old, have been unearthed in gravel from a licensed marine aggregate dredging area 13km off Great...