Category Archives: News

Applications for archaeological training bursaries now open

Applications are currently open for the first round of traineeships being offered as part of the Historic Environment Skills project.  Thanks to the Heritage Lottery Fund, over the next 4 years a total of 21 bursaries are being offered across the heritage sector, delivered through project partners Lincolnshire County Council (and in particular the Historic…
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Owston Ferry Landscape Archaeology – Field walking week 2

On the morning of the 3rd of July, we commenced the next phase of free archaeological workshops at Owston Ferry in the Isle of Axholme.  Despite the heat our volunteers were in good spirits as Jonathan Smith, one of our project officers, and Denise Buckley, our finds supervisor, briefed them on how to conduct a…
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Owston Ferry Landscape Archaeology – Geophysics week 1

For our first week of landscape archaeology at Owston Ferry we got technical, using geophysics to reveal what was hiding underneath the sun-cracked soil.  We have been targeting a field near to the village (with the permission of the landowner) to help further understand the landscape.  The results revealed many interesting features, from more modern…
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Secrets Underneath the Church Floor

[caption id="attachment_1775" align="aligncenter" width="513"] Beonna[/caption] The 12th century church of All Saints, Benington is currently being renovated as part of a rural regeneration project that will not only transform this beautiful Grade I listed church, but the entire community of Benington.  The £1.8 million project is funded by the Heritage Lottery fund and led by…
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Contacting APS…

Due to upgrading our internet connection recently, we have been experiencing some issues with our email systems.  Our connection is back up and running from Tuesday 29 May, so we'll be catching up on emails which have been held in our system since Thursday 24 May.  If you have sent an email to Archaeological Project Services…
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Digging Deeper into the World of Documentary Research

  Neil Parker (Project Officer at APS) has been helping Heritage Lincolnshire to deliver a series of events within the Isle of Axholme.  From guiding people through documentary research to uncover the stories of their neighbourhood, to helping organise events this summer such as test pitting and even a training exercise (details coming soon!). These…
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Easter Opening Hours

APS will be open until 5.00pm on Thursday 29th March when the office will close for Easter.   The office will re-open at 8.00am on Tuesday 03rd April.
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Vacancy – Community Archaeologist

Are you an archaeologist who enjoys working with volunteers and community groups?  Would you like to help  develop and initiate a wide variety of community archaeology projects?  Do you have a general love of all things archaeological – ranging from the earliest prehistoric period right up to the Cold War? If so, our colleagues at…
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New Year, New Offices…

Archaeological Project Services are delighted to announce that they now have two additional offices, located in Lincoln and Peterborough. In recognition of their expanding client base in North Lincolnshire, South Yorkshire and into Eastern England, they have now opened two convenient city centre offices – one located off the Brayford Wharf in Lincoln, while the…
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Christmas Opening Hours

APS will be open until 12.30pm on Friday 22 December when the office will close for Christmas and New Year.  The office will re-open at 8.00am on Tuesday 02 January 2018. Seasons Greetings!
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