Dave Olley in July is running the 100km Race to the Stones in Wiltshire for brain tumour research for a carbon8 Manager’s wife who had a tumour removed recently & a running mate who lost her dad to a brain tumour recently. Dave is a speaker and has a stand at BAA Meeting Monday
A retrospective application for a concrete batching plant and maintenance building at Little Catwick quarry on the eastern side of the Leven bypass was approved last month by East Riding of Yorkshire Council.
In partnership with the Scottish Universities Environmental Research Centre to provide the CARD Fund giving community archaeology projects the chance to acquire key radiocarbon dates from their sites.
In 2018, 11 projects benefited from this opportunity.
Find out more about the CARD Fund on their website.
Over 150 delegates at the annual event in Manchester last Thursday (16th) which BAA attended – many members present including Archaeological research services, Breedon, David Jarvis, Heatons, Knights, SLR, Stephenson-Halliday, The Mineral Planning Group, WYG
A brief review will be sent to Planning Group members – and papers available on request