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Berkshire Archaeology

A group of prehistoric arrowheads

A group of prehistoric arrowheads

Welcome to Berkshire Archaeology - an archaeological advice service for Windsor and Maidenhead, Reading, Bracknell Forest, Slough and Wokingham.

Our Role

Berkshire Archaeology was established in 2004, as part of Reading Borough Council's museum service. We offer a range of archaeological services across the five authorities. Please choose from the menu on the left for more information on:

  • Historic Environment Record
  • Planning and development control
  • Site conservation and management
  • Public archaeology

Open House

We run Open House sessions - you can drop in to consult the Historic Environment Record or discuss any aspects of archaeology in our area on Thursdays, 12 - 4pm, Reading Central Library (Third Floor).

Taking Archaeology forward

We are currently working to produce a development plan for Berkshire Archaeology, to outline our plans, forthcoming projects, and ideas for future work.

Tell us what you think

We welcome input from residents of the five authorities and from community groups with an interest in heritage. If you would like to have your say on how archaeology should be managed in your area then please contact us.

Contact Us

We are based in Reading's Central Library and can be contacted by post, phone or e-mail. Our postal address is:

Berkshire Archaeology
Central Library
Abbey Square
Reading
RG1 3BQ

Alternatively you can call us on 0118 937 5976 or email us.

Berkshire Archaeology does not cover the area of the West Berkshire unitary authority. If you require information on the archaeology of West Berkshire, please contact West Berkshire Heritage Service (call 01635 519534 or email).



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Date published: 25 Jun 2009

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