We are delighted to announce that as a result of a management buy-out Headland Archaeology (Ireland) Ltd is no longer part of Headland Group. In the future we will be known as Rubicon Heritage Services. We are the same company, with the same staff, offering the same services, only now our logo is red instead of green! Our new website can be found here and it will soon be fully up and running. We will continue to keep you up to date with all the latest archaeology and heritage news we have at the blog, and be sure and come join us at our new Facebook page here!
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