issues of the newsletter. Several visitshave already taken place. If you wouldlike to book an awareness visit, contactthe Implementation Service on:Since the last issue, many interesting findshave been reported through the Protocol,demonstrating the wealth and diversityof archaeology on the seabed. See page 2for details.Cannonballs are often reported throughthe Protocol. They can provide importantinformation about maritime activity in thepast. See pages 4-5 to find out more.Since the Protocol began, over 800individual finds have been reportedthrough the Protocol. These finds caninform future research and are frequentlyreferenced in reports. Pages 6-7 discusshow these finds are supporting furtherarchaeological research.
Welcome to Issue 9 of Dredged Up, thenewsletter of the BMAPA/TCE/EH ProtocolImplementation Service.We are delighted to announce that fundingthrough a joint partnership betweenBMAPA, The Crown Estate and EnglishHeritage has been provided to continuethe Awareness Programme for the next18 months. The programme includesawareness visits to wharves and 3 further
From the left: Gemma, Katie and Sarah
Gemma Ingason returns following ayear of maternity leave. She rejoinsKatie Card and Sarah Phillips workingon the Protocol, with Euan McNeillmanaging the project.
Remember, if you have any questions aboutfinds, finds reporting or the Protocol, don’thesitate to get in touch with the team atWessex Archaeology.
+44 (0)1722 326 firstname.lastname@example.org
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Issue 9Archaeology Finds Reporting Service Newsletter
Awareness visit at Cemex's Leamouth Wharf