The latest news stories from Midland Archaeological Services:

Stanford on Soar

In 2015 MAS were asked to conduct a programme of archaeological work involving an earthwork survey and programme of archaeological monitoring prior to, and during, small scale development of land for stabling and a ménage at Stanford on Soar, Nottinghamshire. The earthwork survey concluded that the standing earthworks present on the site were representative of […]


St Mary le Wigford, Lincoln

St Mary-le-Wigford is Grade I listed and was built in the 11th century AD, with later repairs and additions spanning between the 12th-19th centuries. There has also been recent speculation that the building may have an earlier foundation date of the late 10th century, possibly replacing an earlier timber church. The church has, within its […]


Pleshey – more news

Since 2013 MAS have been involved in a series of archaeological monitoring projects within the ancient village of Pleshey, in Essex. The village of Pleshey has a diverse archaeological record, spanning from the prehistoric to the post-medieval periods and later. Much of this has been recorded over the years by chance discoveries, research projects, stray […]