Our Milton Keynes office continues to expand and CFA are very pleased that Tamlin Barton has joined the skilled team there to help support and develop this office.
Tam joined the Musselburgh office in 2013 and has worked until now as both a graphics officer and a field officer. His main interests are new methods of data capture and visualisation as well as good old fashioned digging. Over the years he has been involved in several important projects, most notably the Bronze Age cremation cemetery at Broch Road in Crieff which he is currently co-writing the publication for. Tam is very much looking forward to helping develop the Wolverton office and getting stuck in to some good solid English archaeology.
As a keen outdoor enthusiast you’ll find him canoeing, cycling or rambling the byways on a weekend, or even discovering new passages in some unfathomable cave system.