The County Durham Archaeology Day on Saturday 8th March 2014 was a sellout, with a fascinating set of lectures throughout the day and a good turnout in the main hall of local heritage organisations and societies.Vindomora Solutions were lucky enough to be the sole representative of commercial archaeology in the region, and as such was excellent for networking potential. We had a small exhibition display right next to DigGeek selling ‘Jewellery for Archaeologists’… Continue reading
ALL PROJECTS HAVE SPECIFIED TERMS AND CONDITIONS INCLUDED IN THE QUOTATION DOCUMENTATION
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Season’s greetings to all our website readers!
Vindomora Solutions will be closing for 3 days from the end of Monday 23rd December, with limited hours on Friday 27th, 30-31st, then re-opening for business as usual on January 2nd.
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Today saw the re-consolidation of Hadrian’s Wall continue, with an area to the west of Great Chesters farm. Funded by the Hadrian’s Wall Trust and approved by English Heritage and the National Trust, the wall re-consolidation is being undertaken by Heritage Consolidation Ltd overseen by Kevin Doonan Architect Ltd of Hexham, and monitored by Vindomora Solutions and Alan Williams Archaeology. Continue reading
If you haven’t already heard of the Crypto Locker virus I’m sure you soon will. The virus essentially encrypts all of your files (and network drives) and then demands a payment for the key. Its military grade encryption and pretty much impossible to crack.
For more information and ways to combat the virus, please read the following page over at our friends at TMB International:
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An odd request I know, but does anyone know anything about the historic development of the Kiwi black boot polish tin? I’ve been involved in an historic building recording project where a tin lid was found in the wall core of the latest phase. Continue reading
Today, I managed to get a few hours spare in the blazing heat to head up the Northumberland Coast and visit the Bamburgh Research Project and my old mate Graeme Young. I remember the project in its infancy, when the team first began excavating the burials found in the dunes to the south of Bamburgh Castle, but after following the projects progress for a fair few years now, I thought I’d pop in and say hello. Continue reading