Sussex Archaeology Round-up

A vast amount of fieldwork is undertaken within Sussex by both amateur groups as well as a number of commercial units.

The Sussex Archaeology Forum provides summaries of the results of fieldwork from March 2006.

Contact details for the organisations that undertook the work are listed below:

Organisations’ abbreviations: AOC – AOC Archaeology (e-mail: admin@aocarchaeology.co.uk ); ASE – Archaeology South-East (www.ucl.ac.uk/archaeologyse/  ); CBAS – Chris Butler Archaeological Services; CCE/US – Centre for Continuing Education, University of Sussex (www.sussex.ac.uk/cce/ ); BHAS – Brighton and Hove Archaeological Society (www.brightonarch.org.uk ); CDAS – Chichester and District Archaeological Society (www.cdas.info/ ); CDC – Chichester District Council (www.cdas.info/ ); CG – CG Archaeology; DAS – Development Archaeology Services; ENHAS – Eastbourne Natural History and Archaeological Society; ESCC – East Sussex County Council; HAARG – Hastings and Area Archaeological Research Group (www.haarg.org.uk ); MoLAS – Museum of London Archaeology Service (www.molas.org.uk ); MSFAT – Mid Sussex Field Archaeology Team (www.msfat.com ); Northampton – Northampton Archaeology; OA – Oxford Archaeology (www.oxfordarch.co.uk ); PCA – Pre-construct Archaeology (www.pre-construct.com ); SAS – Sussex Archaeological Society (www.sussexpast.co.uk ); SIAS – Sussex Industrial Archaeological Society (www.snowing.co.uk/sias/  ); TVAS – Thames Valley Archaeological Services (www.tvas.co.uk ); UCL – University College London; Wessex – Wessex Archaeology (www.wessexarch.co.uk ); WSA – West Sussex Archaeology Ltd(www.wsarch.co.uk ); WAS – Worthing Archaeological Society (worthingarchaeological.org); WIRG – Wealden Iron Research Group (www.wealdeniron.org.uk ), WSCC – West Sussex County Council (www.westsussex.gov.uk ).