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Based in County Durham

Suite 2, Consett Innovation Centre,
Ponds Court Business Park,
Genesis Way, Consett,
County Durham DH8 5XP

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Vindomora Solutions Ltd are a small archaeological practice based in Consett, County Durham, England. Our aim is to provide the highest quality archaeological and heritage support with friendly advice, customer service and a speedy response to all enquiries. We serve the whole of the north of England (and beyond when requested).

Vindomora Solutions initially began life as the trading name of archaeologist and sole-trader Tony Liddell in July 2012. The company was incorporated in April 2015.

We often work in conjunction with other archaeological organisations such as Alan Williams Archaeology, and will bring in the necessary expertise to deal with larger projects.


Who are the usual suspects?

Tony LiddellDirector ~ Tony Liddell B.Sc. (Hons)

Tony has worked professionally in the heritage sector throughout the North East of England since 1994. He is the Director and Principal Archaeologist at Vindomora Solutions Ltd, and deals with the everyday management of the business, customer support, consultancy and advice as well as still undertaking fieldwork, illustration, reporting, tea and cake making.

About us - a little about Vindomora Solutions Ltd

Joanne BeatyArchaeologist ~ Joanne Beaty BA (Hons)

Jo is a freelance archaeologist working out of Carlisle, Cumbria. She has many years experience working on both urban and rural sites, and specialises in site supervision, excavation and site monitoring, as well as finds analysis and report dissemination.

Mick CoatesArchaeologist ~ Mick Coates

Mick is a freelance archaeologist based in Newcastle upon Tyne. He has vast experience working on both rural and urban sites, and specialises in site monitoring, evaluation, excavation and recording. Mick also undertakes traditional artefact illustration of stone objects and lithics.

Jess KempSpecialist ~ Jess Kemp BA M.Sc.

Jess Kemp is a business analyst and digital marketing consultant with a background in field archaeology and heritage-based web design. She’s currently based in Lancashire and provides online marketing advice and social media support to Vindomora Solutions Ltd. We hope to see her get her hands dirty again in 2017, though the bookies’ odds are not favourable…

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