Our first dating evidence has arrived!

In April and May AOC Archaeology Group worked with Aberlady Conservation and History Society and the local community to excavate a series of features in the village Glebe Field. These features were argued to relate to the Anglo-Saxon era (7th-10thC). During the excavations community volunteers uncovered what appear to be the remains of small cellular … More Our first dating evidence has arrived!

What Did We Find?

Our two week excavations of the Glebe Field are now over. Aberlady Conservation and History Society are absolutely delighted and incredibly excited by the archaeology we have managed to uncover, as well as humbled by the huge level of community involvement- whether through volunteering, visiting the site or support for our schools programme. Over the … More What Did We Find?

How can I get involved in the Aberlady Angles project?

Our Community Excavation of the Glebe Field is getting ever closer, and ACHS and AOC Archaeology Group are thrilled to see the amount of interest sparked by what promises to be an excellent excavation. Can You Dig It?   Our excavation of the Glebe Field is now FULL for volunteers. A huge thankyou to those who … More How can I get involved in the Aberlady Angles project?

Aberlady Angles Excavation: Call for Volunteers!

Aberlady Conservation and History Society (ACHS) and AOC Archaeology group are excited to announce the dates for the upcoming Aberlady Excavation at Glebe Field: 23rd April – 8th May We are looking for volunteers to assist us in the excavations and are offering fantastic practical training in archaeological methods and techniques. The best thing is … More Aberlady Angles Excavation: Call for Volunteers!