Presenting the results of our work is a vital element of archaeological work.

We always try to provide small information panels for the public when carrying out fieldwork, as well as giving site tours whenever possible. We also provide full graphic support for clients, including interpretation panels once site work has been completed.

Rochester Cathedral Roman city wall

We always want to tell people about what we are doing on excavations, and what the results have been. This can simply be a matter of putting up temporary signs while we are on site, but whenever possible we like to install something more permanent. This was the case when we investigated the Roman city wall in the precinct of Rochester Cathedral (see Fieldwork). Once we had finished all the work, we put up a panel on one side of the wall itself explaining why and how we had carried out the excavations, and their results. This has proved to be very popular with visitors.