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Going the extra mile (well, 60 metres up anyway)

Going the extra mile (well, 60 metres up anyway)

Darnley Archaeological Services were recently asked to carry out a Desk-based assessment of the church of St James the Great in East Malling, Maidstone, Kent in advance of some development work. The Desk-based Assessment is used by the Local Planning Authority to...
Back on the box

Back on the box

The Great British Dig has been back on our screens now for three episodes with the last to screen this week. Darnley’s Richard Taylor has been to Newcastle, Nottingham and North Yorkshire with Hugh Dennis and the rest of the team. They have been looking for the...
The Darnley drone is looking at the bigger picture

The Darnley drone is looking at the bigger picture

The Darnley drone was back in action on a recent flight over the Ramsgate Gasworks. A beautiful example of industrial Victoriana in the heart of the town. The building is going to be preserved and converted and a development is planned for the remaining site so it was...
I Shore-ham glad to be back!

I Shore-ham glad to be back!

Terrible puns aside, Darnley returned to fieldwork last week with a socially distanced and eagerly anticipated return to surveying in the beautiful Darent Valley between Shoreham and Eynsford. A project that had been scheduled for early February, been delayed due to...
Darnley’s TV debut

Darnley’s TV debut

‘The Great British Dig’ April 9th, 2020, More4. Catch up on All 4 or Channel4.com Darnley Achaeological Sevices’ Richard and Fred made their television debut for Channel 4 in a new archaeological series aiming to explore the archaeology in the back...