One good example of archaeologists, site managers and Pagans working
together is the EH Round Table committee of which I happen to be a member,
so can comment on as an "insider".
When I first began attending these monthly meetings (dedicated to arranging
the Summer Solstice open access at Stonehenge), some of the other "Pagan"
members were at odds (to put it mildly) with EH, NT and the Wiltshire police
representatives. Arguments abounded, some pointless and some with sincere
But at the last meeting, all of us were agreed on working together to make
this annual event as coherent and pleasant for all visitors (over half of
which are non-Pagans, some from countries as far away as Australia and North
America). We were laughing and joking with each other, singing Happy
Birthday to two of our archaeologists, and all round demonstrating by our
actions that archaeologists and Pagans, given the chance, can work together
without being at war with each other.
"for those who honour the past but love living in the present"