Maybe they could respond here as we know a few of the FLO's actually sub to
Is what a guess David? I made comments about Community projects and the
lack of research digs etc. Research digs as you are probably aware a thing
of the past thanks to the implementation of PPG16. As for the insurance
requirments yes its true I am afraid. It is one of the reasons many amateur
societies no longer do excavation work. I know of two only but I will guess
there are more that do run digs anually. Hastings and Doncaster are the two
I am aware of. I know of one community project just completed and one due
to start in the near future.
I know of one training excavation but I would expect there to be more.
The point I was making in my post was the fact you take the PAS at its word.
Something we are taught not to do in Archaeology and to question all we
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Subject: Re: [BRITARCH] PAS strays from its remit ( was Bill Wyman's light
> well i can only talk for my county but we have 3 community projects, one
> ecvation and some detecting as well... er... I would like to know
> more about this... perhaps you have stats on this (or is it a guess? )
> It is important, and one that is being addressed by PAS, BAJR, CBA et
> Perhaops you should also direct your questions at the PAS ... I only put
> up what they have on their site... and was trying to add the 'bits' that
> Nigel had unfortunately missed out...
> perhaps you could email them with these questions and also look more
> into community involvement... with will be one of teh topics at teh BAJR
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