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CAM ARC left Cambridgeshire County Council on 1st July 2008, when we merged with Oxford Archaeology to become Oxford Archaeology East. Our professional team works to the highest national standards and provides archaeological services throughout the East Midlands and Anglian region. We also carry out work further afield, in particular where it relates to our specialist expertise in the management and presentation of archaeological monuments and landscapes. We are registered with the Institute of Field Archaeologists as an accredited archaeological organisation. OA East offers a wide range of archaeological services to commercial organisations, local societies, schools, professional archaeologists and individuals. We conduct a variety of archaeological work, from evaluations and survey to full scale excavations, illustration, display and academic publication. Our post-excavation team provides skilled illustration and design, as well as analysis of site data, finds (in particular post-Roman pottery) and environmental remains. We also work with schools and other bodies to promote interest in local heritage through public events.



This information is provided by contractor. Although care has been taken in preparing the information supplied, the ADS does not and cannot guarantee the accuracy of it. The ADS cannot be held responsible for any errors or omissions and accepts no liability whatsoever for any loss or damage howsoever arising. Opinions expressed within these pages are those of the information suppliers, and do not necessarily represent the views of the ADS.

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Casa-Hatton, R (2000) 'Saxo-Norman and Medieval remains at St Andrew's House, Soham, Cambridgeshire: An Archaeological Evaluation'. AFU Report No. 179
Hatton, A Hinman, M (2000) 'A Medieval Ditch and Earlier Features on Land adjacent to Hauxton Road, Trumpington, Cambridge'. AFU Report No. 177
Abrams, J (2000) 'Iron Age Pitting and Medieval Ridge and Furrow Agriculture, Caldecote Primary School, Highfields, Caldecote: An Archaeological Investigation'. AFU Report No. 178
Abrams, J (2000) 'Iron Age Settlement and Post-Medieval Features at 36b St Johns Road, Ely. An Archaeological Evaluation.'. report number 187
Hinman, M (2002) 'Deeply Stratified Medieval and Post-Medieval Remains at Market Mews, Wisbech'. AFU Report No. 156
Kemp, S Spoerry, P (2002) 'Evaluation of Iron Age, Roman and Saxon Archaeology at the proposed Wellcome Trust Genome Campus Extension, Hinxton, Cambridgeshire. TL500433. Environmental Statement. Technical Annex C'. AFU Report No. 149
Whitehead, S (2003) 'Late Saxon to Post-Medieval Quarrying at Offord Cluny, Cambridgeshire'. AFU Report No. 215
Fletcher, T (2004) 'Medieval features at Manor View, Whittlesey, Cambridgeshire: An Archaeological Evaluation'. AFU Report No. 718
Hatton, A (2004) 'Prehistoric, Medieval and Post-Medieval Features on Land to the South of the High Street, Foxton'. AFU Report No. 199
Cooper, S (2005) 'Post-Medieval Remains at 9 Bridge Street, Chatteris, Cambridgeshire'. CCC AFU Report no. 801
Kenny, S (2005) 'Land at Sutton Road, Leverington, Cambridgeshire: An Archaeological Evaluation.'. report number 803
Hickling, S (2005) '23 Green Street, Willingham, Cambridgeshire: An Archaeological Evaluation by Trial Trenching and Excavation'. AFU Report No. 783
Hickling, S (2005) 'Land adjacent to The Willows. Church Road, Wisbech St. Mary: Archaeological Evaluation by Trial Trenching'. AFU Report No. 785
Clarke, R (2005) 'A141 to Norwood Road, March - Anglian Water Pipeline.'. report number 818
Kennedy, S (2005) 'Peterborough to Whittlesey Reinforcement Main: An Archaeological Desk-Based Assessment'. report number 791
Cooper, S (2005) 'Medieval Remains at 96-98 Great Whyte, Ramsey, Cambridgeshire: An Archaeological Evaluation'. Report Number 824
Cooper, S (2005) 'Prehistoric and Roman Remains at St Neots Community College, Cambridgeshire: An Archaeological Evaluation'. Report Number 827
Atkins, R Payne, D (2005) 'Christchurch Park, Ipswich. An Archaeological Evaluation of a former Pond F11'. CAMARC Report No. 787
Mortimer, R (2006) 'A possible location for the Ramsey Abbey Precinct and docks: Excavations at Ailwyn Community School, Ramsey, Cambridgeshire'. report number 894
Muldowney, M (2006) 'Early Medieval Remains on Land South of Isaacson Road, Burwell, Cambridgeshire.'. report number 916
Muldowney, L (2006) 'Medieval and post-medieval remains at The Common, West Wratting, Cambridgeshire'. report number 900
Muldowney, R (2006) 'Post-medieval Landscaping at Morston Hall, Morston, Norfolk.'. report number 908
Stocks-Morgan, H (2006) 'Undated Features and Possible Post-Medieval Quarry Pits at Netherhall Upper and Lower School, Off Queen Edith's Road, Cambridge: An Archaeological Evaluation'. reprot number 898
Martin, C Mortimer, R (2006) 'Millfield Primary School, Littleport, Cambridgeshire: An Archaeological Evaluation'. report number 912
Bailey, G (2006) 'Medieval Settlement in Brook Street, Soham, Cambridgeshire: An Archaeological Evaluation.'.
Cooper, S (2006) 'Monitoring at Manor Farm, Morborne: An Archaeological Watching Brief'. CCC AFU Report number 871

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