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Supporting archaeology in the UK

The Council for British Archaeology (CBA) have launched a survey about community archaeology volunteering. We want to find out who takes an active part in community archaeology and what kind of things you get involved with. Most importantly we’d like to know about the kinds of additional support you need to thrive and how the Council for British Archaeology might be able to help you. The last time we asked you about this was 10 years ago and a lot has changed since then!

The CBA brings together the interests of a wide range of people and organisations involved with archaeology in the UK.  This includes commercial archaeologists, those working in local authorities, museums or other parts of the archaeological heritage sector; universities; community archaeologists and volunteers.

We will use the results from the survey, which has been funded by the Headley Trust, to help shape the work of the CBA over the coming period and better tailor the support we, and others, can offer to community archaeology.

Click here to start the survey. The closing date for the survey has been extended to midnight on Sunday 8 March.

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