East riding dating
We have also produced a number of more popular booklets and leaflets.We have commissioned historical research relating to specialised structures, particularly surviving relics of our industrial past, such as bridges, mills, and dockside installations.The resulting reports can provide assessments of the historic importance of these structures and discuss aspects of their preservation.Research has also been undertaken to provide material for public display panels and publications.Major recent projects include: the multi-use development at Flemingate, Beverley, where important medieval remains have been recorded in an area of the town near the Minster; the Caythorpe Gas Storage project, near Bridlington, where rural settlement and ritual landscape features of prehistoric, Roman and Anglo-Saxon date were discovered; and, the North Cave quarry complex, where work in advance of sand and gravel quarrying has recovered evidence of activity ranging in date from Bronze Age to Anglo-Saxon.
We also undertake logging of cores and trial pits as part of pre-site geotechnical investigations.
As well as standard report figures, we are able to provide both hand-drawn and computer-generated finds and reconstruction drawings for publications, display panels or leaflets.
The range of reconstructions has included buildings, historic landscapes and artefacts.
• In addition to numerous field projects, we have managed the post-excavation programmes for several nationally-important archaeological projects, on behalf of English Heritage and major development companies, including: a major Saxon settlement site at Flixborough in North Lincolnshire; the Augustinian Friary site in Kingston upon Hull; and, recent work on the Caythorpe Gas Storage project, near Bridlington, East Yorkshire.
• Recent projects for English Heritage have included two phases of a Rapid Coastal Zone Assessment Survey from Whitby to the Lincolnshire/Norfolk boundary, and an Aggregates Levy Assessment of the East Riding of Yorkshire.
Gunby Hall Cottages, in BUBWITH Sleeps: 4, Bedrooms: 2 Lovely cottage forming part of the Gunby Hall Estate dating back to the 1700s. It is well sign posted with Marsden Walkers are Welcome signs.