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The Hereford City and County Archaeological Trust Ltd was established in 1996. It owes its origins to the City of Hereford Archaeology Unit, formed in 1974, as one of the earliest independent rescue archaeology units in the country.

The Trust is a charitable organisation and welcomes donations towards its work with local children and schools. Donations can be sent to Unit 1 Premier Business park, Faraday Road Hereford HR4 9NZ. Thank you for your support.

Charity number 1060840 Limited Company No. 3283805



The Trust is looking for schools that are interested in being involved in it's next initiative which will be a series of archaeology workshops involving real Roman finds. Please email us through the contacts tab if you think we can get your school involved.
We are also looking for volunteers to help us out during the Archaeology Festival when we normally run a stall either on Castle Green or in the Cathedral Close. These activities will be supported by staff from Headland Archaeology and will involve a range of activities for all ages.
We are also planning our next annual lecture so watch this space.

Previous poster from our Archaeology Lecture series

The trust has held an annual lecture since 1997. The aim of the lecture series is to provide a talk at a level that people with a general interst can enjoy - to broaden peoples understanding of the diversity of archaeology whilst making it enjoyable at he same time. We also try to encourage children to come to the lectures - so there is normally no fee for under 18s.




Free loan exhibition for clubs, societies, schools and events

A 16 panel (A1) exhibition with two banner stands and portable exhibition panels. Will fit in the boot or on the back seat of most cars. It contains the following historypanels in full colour:

Prehistoric Herefordshire
Roman Herefordshire
Saxon Hereford
Medieval Hereford
Ecclesiastical Herefordshire
Civil War
Post-Medieval Herefordshire

It also contains 7 archaeology panels:
Building recording
And 2 panels about the exhibition itself.
To book please ring 01432 364901



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