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Archaeology is the study of the human past through physical remains. This includes artefacts, earthworks and standing buildings, as such provides an insight into the lives of our ancestors.

Our heritage is a fragile and important resource and we try hard to promote its protection and enjoyment for everyone.

We organise a number of outreach activities in an effort to achieve this, including work experience placements, public talks and lectures, excavation open days and visits to schools to encourage children’s active participation on real archaeological sites. John Moore Heitage Services welcomes and supports volunteers involvement in a variety of post-excavation activities, such as artefacts processing

Additionally, we have been involved in producing interpretation boards for sites, and actively produce press releases and news columns for local and parish publications about our work in the community.

 

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John Moore Heritage Services Publications

Archaeological Investigations at Tom, Peckwater and Blue Boar Quads, Christ Church, Oxford

 

Archaeological Excavations at Nevendon Washlands, Basildon, Essex