COUNCIL FOR SCOTTISH ARCHAEOLOGY
The Council for Scottish Archaeology (CSA) is pleased to announce that
appointed Andrew Tibbs as its new Communications Officer.
Andrew has a background in archaeology and politics and has recently
working for the transport department with the Scottish Executive, having
previously worked with the Police & Community Safety Group.
On his appointment Andrew said, 'I am looking forward to working with
and enhancing both it's public image and archaeological lobbying
Eila Macqueen, Director of the CSA commented, 'We are pleased to
the appointment of Andrew as Communications Officer. His newly created
position will allow the CSA to communicate its work more effectively,
not only to
our membership, but also to the general public and to our
In addition to communications, Andrew will also co-ordinate Scottish
Archaeology Month, a flagship initiative of the CSA. The initiative,
in September consists of hundreds of archaeologically related events
by clubs, societies, museums, academics and individuals from across
In 2005, the event attracted over 18,000 visitors to 200+ events.
For further details contact:
Council for Scottish Archaeology
Tel: 0131 247 4124
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The Council for Scottish Archaeology, c/o National Museums of Scotland,
Chambers Street, Edinburgh EH1 1JF
Notes for Editors
Issued: 16 May 2006
1. This new position was created with a grant generously supplied by
2. The Council for Scottish Archaeology is the leading Non Governmental
Organisation for archaeology in Scotland.
3. The CSA is a charitable organisation with a membership of just under
individuals and organisations.
4. The CSA advises a number of organisations and media outlets on
archaeology and related aspects, and is happy to answer any such
5. Visit the CSA website for further information.