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Berkshire Archaeology

COVID-19 status update: The Berkshire Archaeology HER remains open for search enquiries and data provision. HER staff are working from home, but we will endeavour to provide our normal level of service, circumstances permitting.

Host Local Authority:
Reading Borough Council

Other Local Authority areas covered by HER:
Wokingham Borough Council; Bracknell Forest Borough Council: Slough Borough Council; Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead

Contact information for key staff:
NameJob Title TelephoneEmail
Fiona Macdonald Principal Archaeologist 0118 937 5976info@berkshirearchaeology.org.uk
Teresa HockingHistoric Environment Record Officer0118 937 5976info@berkshirearchaeology.org.uk
Ed PevelerArchaeology Officer0118 937 5976info@berkshirearchaeology.org.uk
Linden EllicottArchaeology Officer0118 937 5976info@berkshirearchaeology.org.uk

Access to HER information:
Access to Online Database: Yes via Heritage Gateway
Information on HER Services: Berkshire Archaeology HER 

Berkshire Archaeology
Berkshire Record Office
9 Coley Avenue


Office National Grid Reference: SU 7084 7287

Opening Hours:
c. 9.30am – 4.30pm Tuesday-Friday.

HER consultation by appointment only, except every Thursday 12.00-4.00pm (“Open House” – no appointment necessary but please contact Berkshire Archaeology on 0118 937 5976 beforehand so that we can prepare for your visit in advance).

Visitor Facilities:
A separate study room located at Reading Museum, which contains a large table and our paper monument files, grey literature and some reference books.  Access to the HER database and paper files is at present via the HER Officer.

Range of information available:

Paper files, grey literature and some reference books are available. Photocopying facilities are available within both the Berkshire Record Office and Reading Museum.

Information correct as at 15 March 2022

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