Activity Schedule


  • REAPING TIME | East Cleveland Community Archaeology Project, 2018-2022 Ongoing
  • ICE & FIRE | Eston Hills Rescue Archaeology Project, 2019-2022 Ongoing
  • MORTON CARRS | Early Prehistoric Landscape Project, Not scheduled

Key | No volunteer activities | Outdoor fieldwork volunteers | Indoor activity volunteers | Community event (hands-on finds, talks, activities for all

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REAPING TIME | East Cleveland Community Archaeology Project

Subject to ongoing funding and evaluation results

2018
August 23-27 and into September
Fieldwork and evaluation

Completed

1. Geophysical survey of c. 30ha after crop removal .
2. Walkover survey and evaluation.
3. Field-walking c. 40ha at 50-100% surface coverage.
2019
Spring-Autumn
Fieldwork and finds processing 1. Auger core of ditch in Field 2 with a view to sediment analysis and radiocarbon dating.
2. Drone testing (Paul Docherty) and GIS 3D modelling.
3. Field-walking after crop removal.
4. Finds washing and processing.
5. Grant funding applications.
2020
Summer
† ‡
Fieldwork and finds processing Subject to geophysical survey and field-walking results:
1. Pre-fieldwork volunteer training events.
2. Geophysical survey of remaining 20ha.
3. Test pit and open area excavations.
4. Topographic survey of scheduled (protected) Bronze Age Barrow.
5. Finds washing and processing.
2020-21
Summer-Autumn

Community events

 

1. Public presentations and finds-handling.
2. Educational events including pottery-making, flint knapping and crafts.

ICE AND FIRE | Eston Hills Rescue Archaeology Project

Subject to 2020+ funding

2019
TBD
Fieldwork and evaluation 1. Auger sediment core of Carr Pond wetland and “Feature 90” enclosure.
2. Sediment analysis and radiocarbon dating (Durham University).
3. Recording of finds from Iron Age enclosure at Barnaby side, crop mark, test trenches 1996-7.
2020
Spring-Summer-Autumn
† ‡
Fieldwork and finds processing Subject to geophysical survey results and suitable conditions:
1. Pre-fieldwork volunteer training events
2. Test pit and open area excavations.
3. GIS 3D modelling of finds, geophysical survey results, topography.
4. Finds washing and processing.
5. Public presentations and finds-handling.