Archaeology South-East



Here you can find details of Archaeology South-East's past and present research projects. Click the links below for more information on each project, along with links to project outputs.
Two people sit infront of a computer screen, both smiling, while one points at the screen

Archaeology Training Project

This project will set out a road map to support the professional development of archaeology know-how for National Trust staff and volunteers, CBA members, and the wider interested public.

Aerial view of Seaford Head. The green land is seperated from the creamy blue sea by white chalk. Atop the cliffs can be seen a partial triangle of earthworks around the greens and bunkers of the golf course.

Seaford Head

A project rapidly assessing the archaeology of Seaford Head threatened by coastal erosion.

Children excavating in a field under blue sky

The Stiances Archaeological Project

Find out more about the award winning community archaeology project

A photo taken from the passenger seat of a car of the road near Mount Rushmore. The profile of Washington emerges from the rocky hills

Festival of Archaeology 2022: Journeys

View our photo competition as part of the Festival of Archaeology 2022, the theme of which is Journeys.