Rescue News No 95, for Spring 2005

Rescue News No 95, for Spring 2005

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Rescue News 95 was published in February,
It contained articles on:

  • Work on Hadrian’s Wall by Paul Bidwell
    Looks at how WHS status has affected rescue and research work
  • English Heritage: just a history theme park, by Phil Carpenter
    Prospect, the TU representing EH staff gives their view of recent developments
    English Heritage: a cause for concern
    Simon Thurley, EH Chief Executive, responds to Rescue’s letter of concerns
  • Pay and Conditions in Archaeology by Phil Carpenter and Dave Allen
    Prospect’s negotiations with IFA and SCAUM to secure improved pay and conditions for the employees of all archaeological organisations
  • IFA Diggers Forum by Paul Everill
    An appeal for members of the newly established IFA special interests group
  • Invisible Diggers: Interim report by Paul Everill
    Preliminary results of survey reported in earlier editions of RN
  • More heritage at risk by Jim Spriggs, and Idrit Narkis
    Head of Conservation, York Archaeological Trust and a Manchester Museum conservator express their concerns about the crisis of lack of available conservators and conservation facilities
  • Stonehenge stalemate by Kate Fielden
    Reports worrying developments on the status of the A303 road scheme, which appear to ignore the need to take into account the overdue Inspector’s report of last years Public Inquiry
  • Heritage Link and Archaeology
    RESCUE expresses its concern that the built environment appears to take precedence over archaeological considerations within Heritage Link
  • Portable Antiquities Scheme
    Review and 14th March 2004 public meeting at the British Museum: contact details
  • Combe Martin, North Devon, unique historic landscape destroyed by Permitted Development by Trevor Dunkerley
    Destruction of a sunken lane delimiting a unique survival of an ancient strip system under
  • Care of historic human remains
    Summary OF RESCUE’s response to the recent DCMS working group report
  • Book Reviews (by Mick Jones)
    Mitigation of Construction Impact on Archaeological Remains by JM Davis, KLA Gdaniec, M Brice and LWhite, MoLAS, EH, and
  • Preserving Archaeological remains in situ, by Taryn Nixon (Ed) MoLAS and EH
  • Tsunami also a cultural heritage disaster
    Preliminary report of the devastation to the cultural heritage of the affected areas, more will emerge as the more urgent human and economic problems are resolved
  • You read it here first!
    At long last the national press and TV have shown that misgivings of the academic community expressed in RN 92, 92 and 93, are proved correct.
  • AGM and Open meeting details
  • Call for Nominations for new Council members for 2005–6

Rescue News 95 was published in February,
It contained articles on:

  • Work on Hadrian’s Wall by Paul Bidwell
    Looks at how WHS status has affected rescue and research work
  • English Heritage: just a history theme park, by Phil Carpenter
    Prospect, the TU representing EH staff gives their view of recent developments
    English Heritage: a cause for concern
    Simon Thurley, EH Chief Executive, responds to Rescue’s letter of concerns
  • Pay and Conditions in Archaeology by Phil Carpenter and Dave Allen
    Prospect’s negotiations with IFA and SCAUM to secure improved pay and conditions for the employees of all archaeological organisations
  • IFA Diggers Forum by Paul Everill
    An appeal for members of the newly established IFA special interests group
  • Invisible Diggers: Interim report by Paul Everill
    Preliminary results of survey reported in earlier editions of RN
  • More heritage at risk by Jim Spriggs, and Idrit Narkis
    Head of Conservation, York Archaeol Trust and a Manchester Museum conservator express their concerns about the crisis of lack of available conservators and conservation facilities
  • Stonehenge stalemate by Kate Fielden
    Reports worrying developments on the status of the A303 road scheme, which appear to ignore the need to take into account the overdue Inspector’s report of last years Public Inquiry
  • Heritage Link and Archaeology
    RESCUE expresses its concern that the built environment appears to take precedence over archaeological considerations within Heritage Link
  • Portable Antiquities Scheme
    Review and 14th March 2004 public meeting at the British Museum: contact details
  • Combe Martin, North Devon, unique historic landscape destroyed by Permitted Development by Trevor Dunkerley
    Destruction of a sunken lane delimiting a unique survival of an ancient strip system under
  • Care of historic human remains
    Summary OF RESCUE’s response to the recent DCMS working group report
  • Book Reviews (by Mick Jones)
    Mitigation of Construction Impact on Archaeological Remains by JM Davis, KLA Gdaniec, M Brice and LWhite, MoLAS, EH, and
  • Preserving Archaeological remains in situ, by Taryn Nixon (Ed) MoLAS and EH
  • Tsunami also a cultural heritage disaster
    Preliminary report of the devastation to the cultural heritage of the affected areas, more will emerge as the more urgent human and economic problems are resolved
  • You read it here first!
    At long last the national press and TV have shown that misgivings of the academic community expressed in RN 92, 92 and 93, are proved correct.
  • AGM and Open meeting details [needs link to separate page with details?]
  • Call for Nominations for new Council members for 2005–6