During my work experience for my Archaeology degree I was lucky enough to be accepted by the British Museum, to assist in the transfer of the prehistoric collection from Franks House to the Bloomsbury site. This move never happened, but nonetheless I was able to see some of the lithic material from many different collections […]
I get to travel a lot in this line of work, and often I’m dashing up and down the country to cover bookings in wildly disparate locations. A couple of weeks ago, I was fortunate enough to be booked by Pennine Prospects, a company that aims to promote the regeneration of the Pennine region. I […]
I’ve a very limited supply of this gorgeous greeny-blue chert from Portland, in Dorset – available for Mesolithic microlith assemblages. If you’d like to order this particular material, please contact me through the submission form.
It’s always heartening to know my workshops are enjoyed by the participants (I’ve yet to have a single student leave empty-handed or unhappy!) and my recent trip to the British Museum clearly went down well with Julia Yeates, intrepid Cyber Tourist. She sent me a link to a post on her blog, where she reviews the […]
Being a Yorkshire lad by birth, I always relish the chance to work up north and get back to my roots, so this week has been a great run of bookings for me. First up, Nell Bank – an outdoor education centre set in stunning surrounds on the edge of Ilkley Moor. I haven’t been to Nell […]
Setting up @britishmuseum – sleepovers were never this much fun when I was a kid! pic.twitter.com/m9K8Ytmc