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Results for Bamburgh Research Project

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The Bamburgh Research Project was set up in 1996 to investigate the archaeology and history of the Bamburgh area. Bamburgh is one of the most popular tourist sites in the North East of England and the many visitors who flock there cannot fail to be impressed by its stunning combination of medieval castle and stately home. Few of them however will be aware of the great historical association that the castle site has with the history of the northern region. Bamburgh and York were the two most important centres in Anglo-Saxon Northumbria. Despite its extraordinary history Bamburgh has attracted very little in the way of archaeological interest. In an attempt to redress this situation The Bamburgh Research Project was set up with the intention of investigating the castle site, together with its surrounding environment, using modern archaeological techniques. The Project welcomes involvement from students and amateurs interested in gaining experience of archaeology or who are interested in Bamburgh itself.

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Graeme, Y (2005) 'Letter of report'.
Young, G (2005) 'Estuary Site Tweedmouth, Trial Trench Evaluation'.
Wood, P Young, G (2005) 'Estuary, Tweedmouth, Archaeological desk-based assessment, '.
Wood, P Young, G (2005) 'Whalton Mill, Northumberland, Desk-Based Assessment'.
Gething, PA Young, GL (2006) 'Land at Blackshaws Garage, Berwick upon Tweed, Report of Archaeological Trial Trench Evaluation'. 06/05
Young, GL (2006) 'Monitoring at the Old Vicarage, Hartburn, Northumberland'. report no. 06/01
Bishop, MC (2006) 'Tilesheds Plantation, Chathill, Northumberland. Desk Based Assessment'. report number 06/06
Gething, P Young, G (2008) 'Coquet Island Lighthouse, Northumberland: report of archaeological monitoring and building recording'. BRP 06/04
Young, G (2008) 'Land at East Molesden Farm, Mitford, Northumebrland. Report on of Archaeological Monitoring and Recording'. BRP 08/10
Young, G (2008) 'Manor Cottage, Embleton, Report of Archaeological Monitoring'. BRP 08/09
Young, G (2008) 'St Andrew's Church, Heddon on the Wall. Report of Archaeological Monitoring'. BRP 08/08
Young, G (2008) 'Land to the Rear of the King's Arms, Hide Hill, Berwick upon Tweed, Report of Archaeological Trial Trench Evaluation'. BRP 08/03
Young, G (2008) 'South Lodge, Callaly, Northumberland. Report of archaeological monitoring and recording'. BRP 08/07
Young, G (2008) 'Manor House Hotel, Holy Island, Northumberland, Report of Archaeological Monitoring'. BRP 07/16
Young, G (2008) '22-30 Front Street, Bedlington, Northumberland. Report of archaeological trial trench evaluation'. BRP 08/05
Young, G (2008) 'Sea View Bilton, Report of Archaeological Monitoring and Recording'. BRP 07/17
Young, G (2009) 'Land to the rear of 71 Ravensdowne, Berwick upon Tweed, Northumberland. Archaeological Monitoring'. BRP 09/04
Young, GL (2009) 'St Cuthbert's Church, Hebron, Northumberland. Report of Archaeological Monitoring'. BRP 09/01
Young, G (2009) '21 Radcliffe Park, Bamburgh, Northumberland. Report of Archaeological Monitoring and Recording. 2009'. BRP 07/04
Young, GL (2009) 'Land at Link House Farm, Northumberland. Desk Based Assessment and Standing Building Assessment'. BRP 09/05
Young, GL (2009) 'Land to the west of Canno Mill, Kiknewton, Northumberland. Report of Archaeological Monitoring'. BRP 09/02
Young, G (2009) 'Land at link House Farm, Blyth, Northumberland. Archaeological Trial Trench Evaluation Report. 2009'.
Pedersen, KL R (2009) 'Report on the Archaeological Monitoring Programme at Rothill Cottages, Whittingham, Northumberland'.
Young, G (2009) 'Linden Hill Head Farm, Longhorsley, Northumberland. Standing Building Recording 2009.'.
Pedersen, KL R Young, GL (2009) 'Report on the Archaeological Evaluation at the Steps of Grace Site, Berwick upon Tweed, Northumberland, Archaeological Trial Trench Evaluation '. BRP 09/09b
Pedersen, KL R (2009) 'Report on the Archaeological Monitoring at 4 Castle Street, Norham, Northumberland'.

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