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Results for Exmoor National Park Authority HER Fieldwork

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"The Historic Environment Team at Exmoor National Park Authority consists of an archaeologist, a historic buildings officer, a conservation advisor (archaeology) and a historic environment record officer. Their role is to provide advice and guidance to the Authority on all aspects of the historic environment. They also provide specialist advice to land and property owners, as well as other bodies and agencies. They co-ordinate projects carried out by Universities, other organisations and local groups. A variety of conservation projects are also run by Exmoor National Park Authority, either alone or in partnership with other organisations, like English Heritage. Members of the historic environment team are also engaged in a number of activities such as interpretation leaflets, publications and walks and talks to promote understanding and enjoyment of Exmoor's historic environment."


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Records 1 - 5 of 5

PDF   (19KB) Turner, J. (2008)'Monitoring of Ground Works at Oaktrow Farm'.
PDF   (70KB) Wilson-North, R. (2008)'Burial Cairn on the East Side of Farley Water'.
PDF   (2MB) Bray, L.S. (2008)'Wilmersham Common Stone Row Site Visit'.
PDF   (69KB) Bray, L.S. (2008)'Intermittent watching brief at Cutcombe'.
PDF   (22MB) Wilson-North, R. (2010)'Burnt Mound, Hoccombe Combe'.

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