What we offer
We offer a wide variety of support to local groups from fieldwork to project management advice, from writing up to training. Click above for more details.
Jon is happy to deliver illustrated talks about his work to a wide variety of audiences either by zoom or in person. If required he is able to bring his own projector and screen. For information about current fees please get in touch.
We also offer archaeological experiences for schools and youth groups at reasonable rates. In particular we offer the ability to fit what we deliver to each school's teaching ambitions importantly the agenda is yours - YOUR needs and YOUR ambitions. Click above for more details.
Everyone should have the chance to learn about the past but many think it's only for an elite few with qualifications. We passionately believe that archaeology should be accessible for all. Click above for details.
We are keen to help you and your group or school find the funds to support your archaeological ad(ventures). Often this means making a grant application or two which can seem quite daunting. We want to help! Please talk to us about how we can support you in finding the funds to finance your archaeological activities.
We deliver courses about archaeology to various groups. These are currently delivered through the WEA, but if you would like to run a course through your community group just drop me a line. Please click on the heading to see some of the courses we have run.
You name it we can do it with archaeology!
School excavation on the rubbish dump at a large house in the village.
4 Haver Lane
York People First, inspired by excavations at Hungate a play was written about slum life in York in 1901.
Community Team recording buildings at Howden Minster.
Helmsley Castle Visit
Tuesday Time Team from Selby visiting the castle.