Welcome to Headlines, the blog of Rubicon Heritage Services Ltd! We are a commercial archaeology company with offices in the UK and Ireland. To see more about our company and what we do see the About Rubicon page here. For a long time we produced a newsletter called Headlines so all our staff could keep up to date with the latest news and events from our many and varied projects. It was a great success, and we thought it was about time we shared Headlines with everyone! This blog will let you know what we are working on, what discoveries we are making (and have made), and generally what we spend our day doing. We will be updating the page regularly, so be sure to visit often to see what is happening, or just subscribe to our RSS or email feeds. We hope that you enjoy the blog!
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- RT @ArchaeologyRed: We are delighted to announce that Mark Collard @rubiconmark has been appointed Managing Director of Red River Archaeolo… 2 days ago
- The next blog in our series from the @Corkcoco Heritage Asset Survey is Rosslague Martello Tower on Great Island ne… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 4 days ago
- RT @ArchaeologyRed: We have secured support from the Evolving Leaders Programme as part of the gender equality initiative. Training will pr… 2 weeks ago
- RT @irishacw: Remembering the Midleton Ambush on its centenary with a new virtual video tour of the battlefield site: https://t.co/jiq7G8c3… 3 weeks ago
- Some believe #Glanworth Bridge is the oldest and narrowest working bridge in Europe! We recorded this #historic str… twitter.com/i/web/status/1… 1 month ago
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