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October 16, 2019

The NG Archaeology Services team popped over to North Edinburgh Arts on the 14th and 16th October to show young children from the areas of Pilton, Muirhouse and Granton the adventures of archaeology. Snacks were also provided after the Monday workshop by the community...

August 29, 2019

As a team we have, over the years, tried to articulate our stance with how we approach archaeology in the field and beyond, and how to consolidate, make safe and help flourish the voices of those from marginalised communities. With the rise of the #MeToo movement, and...

June 13, 2019

In recent political and current events, it is our responsibility, as a company and individuals, to be inclusive, intersectional, and supportive of all our LGBTQ siblings and to do so expressly.

Supporting the LGBTQ community, is of course, more than rainbow marketing. I...

June 12, 2019

Walled gardens have one of the most apt functions which today many community groups are involved: the growing of fresh local produce for the kitchen table. This growing interest has meant walled gardens, once the property of the landed gentry or private school, still o...

June 3, 2019

Client: Caledonian Trust Ltd.

After the initial excavation work at Brunstane Farm Steading in 2016, further consultation with John Lawson, Curator of Edinburgh City Archaeology in 2019 identified the requirement for a watching brief in the courtyard and pathway of the s...

January 9, 2019

Client: Craiglockhart Developments Ltd.

Planning permission with conditions including the requirement for archaeological work had been approved for the construction of the development at 48 Craiglockhart Loan, Edinburgh, planning number 15/04991/FUL. It was, however, af...

January 9, 2019

As part of the planning conditions, planning number: 12/02025/FLLon, Perth and Kinross Council required an archaeological Trial Trench programme of work for the development of the site. NG Archaeology Services were commissioned by Caledonia Trust Ltd and the Trial Tren...

January 24, 2018

Client: Kenworth Student Ltd

NG Archaeology Services was commissioned by ‘Kenworth Student Living Ltd’ to carry out a Trial Trench programme (Phase 1) in April 2016, this was followed by the Full Excavation of the site (Phase 2) mid 2016 and 2017 (Phase 3) in response t...

October 19, 2017

 Image from collection of the Dumfries Educational Trust, Gracefield Arts Centre.

In February 2017, NG Archaeology Services carried out excavations at 3-4 Belford Road, Edinburgh. This was the site of the Dean Free Church until 1890, and after, "Dean Studios" a sculptor...

July 19, 2017

Client: Friends of Cammo House

Archaeological investigation was undertaken for 10 days, from the 11th January 2017 to 24th January 2017, on behalf of Friends of Cammo House (Registered Scottish Charity SC033394). Work consisted of supervising a dredging operation and id...

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