Useful Links to Archaeology & Heritage Resources, Service Providers and TimeVista Partners | Last updated 19-Aug-2017

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Archaeology and Heritage Consultancy Partners

  • ICE AND FIRE | Specialist ServicesTVeye_icon
    HLF-funded community archaeology project on Teesside, orchestrated by Teesside Archaeological Society with multiple partners in the community and academia.
  • Archaeological Research Services Ltd | Specialist ServicesTVeye_iconarsltd
    Commercial consultancy and archaeological service provider to the development sector. TimeVista presently provides end-to-end project management services, on- and off-site, as part of a commercial aggregates extraction enterprise.
  • East Riding Archaeology | TimeVista PartnerTVeye_icon
    A family-run archaeological consultancy and education provider based in East Yorkshire. TimeVista provides a specialist lithics analysis service.
  • Solstice Heritage | TimeVista PartnerTVeye_icon
    SolsticeHeritage_logoIndependent MCIfA heritage consultancy and archaeological practice based in North Yorkshire and working across Britain. TimeVista provides a specialist lithics analysis service in addition to field training and project supervision.
  • Urban Archaeology | TimeVista PartnerTVeye_icon
    Freelance archaeologist Chiz Harward MCIfA, based on south-west England, provides a range of on- and off-site services, including running and working on excavations, post-excavation services, training and development, and illustration work. TimeVista provides a specialist lithics analysis service.

Education Consultants and craft specialists

  • Ancientcraft | TimeVista SupplierTVeye_icon
    Archaeologist James Dilley is an expert flint knapper, providing re-enactments and workshops in ancient technology. James supplied the replica llithics assemblages used in TimeVista archaeology workshops.
  • Elmet Archaeological Services | TimeVista PartnerTVeye_icon
    Commercial community-based archaeology consultancy and training provider based in Wath-Upon-Dearne, South Yorkshire.
  • Potted History | TimeVista SupplierTVeye_icon
    Potter, experimental archaeologist and ancient pottery technologist, Graham Taylor provides media presentation, demonstrations, workshops, talks, replicas, reconstructions and museum displays throughout the UK. Graham supplied the replica prehistoric pottery used in TimeVista workshops.
  • Schools Prehistory | TimeVista PartnerTVeye_icon
    Kim Biddulph provides support for teachers, museums and heritage organisations to develop excellence in this new area of the primary history curriculum.

National Policy Frameworks

National and Regional Archaeological Research Frameworks

Local Authorities and National Parks | Northern England

National Organisations, Services and Information

Standards in Archaeological Practice


There are a number of excellent fieldwork guides available to download online. Many include equipment and checklists and contain pro forma templates for field recording. Here are some of the best:


Museums with Regional Archaeological Collections and Displays | Northern England

National Societies AND ORGANISATIONS