Archaeological Services undertake commercial projects within the development framework, combining planning advice, project management and archaeological field work. Community Archaeology also forms part of its portfolio, both as an outreach service for commercial developments, as well as assisting local interest groups with independent projects, including within the framework of the Heritage Lottery Fund.

Archaeological Services offer an integrated service to clients, combining a business-focused approach with nearly 50 years of archaeological field work experience. Our heritage consultancy staff are able to guide clients from the inception of their projects, through the planning process, to completion. Our team can undertake any field work which is required in support of the development process. Meanwhile, our Community Archaeology staff are expert in the presentation of project findings through local engagement and broader publicity initiatives.

Our Services

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Consultancy Services

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Outreach and Learning

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All go on site today!! #community #archaeology #training
All go on site today!! #community #archaeology #training
3 weeks ago
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Today is the start of the community excavation at Craig Gwladus, Neath. Looking for the remains of the boiler house, next to the engine winding house. Come and say 'hello'
 #industrial #heritage #community #Training #local
Today is the start of the community excavation at Craig Gwladus, Neath. Looking for the remains of the boiler house, next to the engine winding house. Come and say 'hello'
 #industrial #heritage #community #Training #local
Today is the start of the community excavation at Craig Gwladus, Neath. Looking for the remains of the boiler house, next to the engine winding house. Come and say 'hello' #industrial #heritage #community #Training #local
3 weeks ago
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Fantastic views from our site at Pont ar Daf, at the base of Pen y Fan, Brecon Beacons National Park. Working for @nationaltrust and @encon_construct at the new car parking facailities at the Storey Arms site. 
#archaeology #heritage #partnership #watchingbrief #construction #bestpractice
Fantastic views from our site at Pont ar Daf, at the base of Pen y Fan, Brecon Beacons National Park. Working for @nationaltrust and @encon_construct at the new car parking facailities at the Storey Arms site. 
#archaeology #heritage #partnership #watchingbrief #construction #bestpractice
Fantastic views from our site at Pont ar Daf, at the base of Pen y Fan, Brecon Beacons National Park. Working for @nationaltrust and @encon_construct at the new car parking facailities at the Storey Arms site. #archaeology #heritage #partnership #watchingbrief #construction #bestpractice
4 weeks ago
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Great day working with staff and students from Cilffrew Primary School at Craig Gwladus Country Park, Neath. 
The Yr 6 students learnt all about archaeological test pitting, before digging and recording their own, next to the location of a former dram road. 
Though the test pits were lacking in finds, much fun was had by all!

#industrial #archaeology #trainingthenextgeneration #fun #discovery #dirtisgood #community #coal #heritage #learning #outoftheclassroom
Great day working with staff and students from Cilffrew Primary School at Craig Gwladus Country Park, Neath. 
The Yr 6 students learnt all about archaeological test pitting, before digging and recording their own, next to the location of a former dram road. 
Though the test pits were lacking in finds, much fun was had by all!

#industrial #archaeology #trainingthenextgeneration #fun #discovery #dirtisgood #community #coal #heritage #learning #outoftheclassroom
Great day working with staff and students from Cilffrew Primary School at Craig Gwladus Country Park, Neath. 
The Yr 6 students learnt all about archaeological test pitting, before digging and recording their own, next to the location of a former dram road. 
Though the test pits were lacking in finds, much fun was had by all!

#industrial #archaeology #trainingthenextgeneration #fun #discovery #dirtisgood #community #coal #heritage #learning #outoftheclassroom
Great day working with staff and students from Cilffrew Primary School at Craig Gwladus Country Park, Neath. 
The Yr 6 students learnt all about archaeological test pitting, before digging and recording their own, next to the location of a former dram road. 
Though the test pits were lacking in finds, much fun was had by all!

#industrial #archaeology #trainingthenextgeneration #fun #discovery #dirtisgood #community #coal #heritage #learning #outoftheclassroom
Great day working with staff and students from Cilffrew Primary School at Craig Gwladus Country Park, Neath. 
The Yr 6 students learnt all about archaeological test pitting, before digging and recording their own, next to the location of a former dram road. 
Though the test pits were lacking in finds, much fun was had by all!

#industrial #archaeology #trainingthenextgeneration #fun #discovery #dirtisgood #community #coal #heritage #learning #outoftheclassroom
Great day working with staff and students from Cilffrew Primary School at Craig Gwladus Country Park, Neath. The Yr 6 students learnt all about archaeological test pitting, before digging and recording their own, next to the location of a former dram road. Though the test pits were lacking in finds, much fun was had by all! #industrial #archaeology #trainingthenextgeneration #fun #discovery #dirtisgood #community #coal #heritage #learning #outoftheclassroom
4 weeks ago
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It's #findsfriday again, and we need your help. This beautiful stoneware jar was discovered during our work in Peterston. The label reads 'I. Shaw...Hull'. 
Our archaeologist Jon has not been able to find any details about this company, or what the jar originally held. If you can help, we'd love to hear from you.

#discovery #mystery #stoneware #hull #help #pottery #trade
It's #findsfriday again, and we need your help. This beautiful stoneware jar was discovered during our work in Peterston. The label reads 'I. Shaw...Hull'. Our archaeologist Jon has not been able to find any details about this company, or what the jar originally held. If you can help, we'd love to hear from you. #discovery #mystery #stoneware #hull #help #pottery #trade
2 months ago
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Archaeological Services Office

Beechwood House

Christchurch Road

Newport

South Wales

NP19 8AJ

Reasons to choose us

Whether you are extending your home, involved in large-scale mineral extraction, developing infrastructure or regional regeneration projects we can meet your cultural heritage and archaeological requirements

GGAT Archaeological Services can undertake all archaeological consultation work and follow a project through to completion. We can take care of all types archaeological works required for the discharge of planning conditions as well as community projects and outreach services.