We have a new article in the July/August Edition of History Scotland Magazine, discussing our excavations at the Vulcan Foundry, Leith, Edinburgh. Check out our Publications page for more!
Riddle’s Court, Lawnmarket, Edinburgh: a merchant’s house fit for a king Riddle’s Court, a former merchant’s house situated off the Royal Mile, Lawnmarket, Edinburgh, underwent major refurbishment and transformation into the Patrick Geddes Centre for Learning from 2015 to 2017. … Read More »
CFA Archaeology has been featured in a recent article by DigIt! discussing the importance and practicality of developer-led archaeology in Scotland. Click here to read the article and learn more.
It’s up! Check out our site diary summary about the recent excavation at Dundonald Castle. We found lots of interesting history, learnt some new bits about the use of the Castle and surrounding land, and had a great time with … Read More »
CFA Archaeology, in cooperation with the Sheffield Lakeland Landscape Partnership, have been undertaking an exploratory excavation at the Lodge Moor POW Camp in Redmires Wood, Sheffield. Check out the site diary to see how it’s been going!
PUBLICATION! Tuff, Flint, and Hazelnuts: Final Palaeolithic and Mesolithic Occupation at Netherhall Road, Maryport, Cumbria
Tuff, Flint, and Hazelnuts: Final Palaeolithic and Mesolithic Occupation at Netherhall Road, Maryport, Cumbria By Ann Clarke and Magnus Kirby, with contributions by Diane Alldritt and Fraser Brown; August 2022 Available at: https://intarch.ac.uk/journal/issue59/4/full-text.html Read more: https://www.cfa-archaeology.co.uk/education-outreach/publications/
CFA are delighted to have been awarded the Minor Archaeological Services Call-Off Contract for Historic Environment Scotland (HES), providing archaeological services for all of the HES Properties in Care in Scotland. There are over 300 Properties in Care, which consist … Read More »
Since October 2014 CFA Archaeology have been intensively working under a large scaffolding tent on Cross Street, one of the busiest streets in the centre of Manchester. Due to the nature of our work; which involved the excavation of nearly … Read More »
The lighthouse buildings at Sumburgh Head have been authentically restored during a £5.4 million programme, culminating in the creation of a world class visitor attraction that opened in May 2014. The project sensitively restored the Category A Listed Lighthouse Buildings, … Read More »
CFA have recently finished extensive excavations at the site of new university student accommodation just off Holyrood Road in Edinburgh. CFA have been working closely with the contractors Balfour Beatty since May 2013 to ensure important archaeological remains were fully … Read More »