Our regional teams of community archaeologists are based all around the country:
CITiZAN is hosted by MOLA (Museum of London Archaeology), a registered charity and archaeological organisation with over 40 years' experience. It can call on the skills of a wide range of specialists in field archaeology, documentary and historical research, artefact and ecofact analysis, human bioarchaeology, standing buildings, geoarchaeology, information technology, geomatics, graphics and photography.
The Council for British Archaeology (CBA) is a national organisation with headquarters in York. It has an unrivalled 70-year track record in facilitating community involvement in archaeology (most recently with its 'Archaeology For All' programme) and in publishing and publicising archaeology across Britain.
The Nautical Archaeology Society (NAS) is based in Portsmouth. It is an international organisation with a particular expertise in nautical archaeology and vessel recording, has a strong active membership, and is an award-winning provider of archaeological training programmes. Its offices are at the Historic England site of Fort Cumberland.
Taken together, this national partnership provides an unrivalled breadth of support, experience and expertise for CITiZAN’s coastal community archaeology project.
You can read more about our project partners and supporters and other coastal agencies here.