Wessex Archaeology is undertaking archaeological works digging at Sheffield Castle to determine the level of preservation of the remains of Sheffield’s 13th-century castle and later industrial development.
Stonehenge and Avebury
The megalithic Neolithic henges of Stonehenge and Avebury are among the most iconic and widely-recognised prehistoric monuments in the world.
Bath Abbey Footprint Project
The Bath Abbey Footprint Project is a Heritage Lottery Fund project to repair the Abbey’s collapsing floor, install a new eco-friendly heating system using Bath’s hot springs, and provide new, improved space and facilities to ensure the Abbey is more sustainable, hospitable and useable for local residents, worshippers and visitors alike.
Open area excavation at Hollis Croft revealed well-preserved industrial archaeology comprising steelmaking furnaces and a network of brick-built flues, along with traces of the workers’ housing and their local pubs.
Lower Easton Farm, Pylle
Excavations carried out in 2014 at Lower Easton Farm, Pylle, revealed evidence for Iron Age and Romano-British activity in the form of a small farmstead, as well as a much more extensive field system and trackway.
Exercise Tiger and the 75th Anniversary of D-Day
To commemorate the 75th Anniversary of D-Day, Wessex Archaeology is working with Historic England, the Ministry of Defence, local historians and divers to investigate the remains of two sunken American landing ships in Lyme Bay off the Dorset and Devon coasts.
Butterley Spillway is a Grade II listed stepped overflow channel located at the edge of the Peak District National Park in Marsden, West Yorkshire
Riding Court Farm, Datchet
Wessex Archaeology are undertaking an excavation in advance of construction work at CEMEX UK’s new quarry
On the site of the former MOD Headquarters in Durrington, a programme of archaeological excavation and watching brief (2000−2012) was undertaken by Wessex Archaeology ahead of the site being redeveloped into residential housing by Persimmon Homes South Coast. This revealed archaeological evidence spanning thousands of years and as far back as the last Ice Age.