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Lochinver Quarry
03 August 2022 | SHE

Recent excavations at Tarmac site in north-east Scotland indicate evidence of Roman invasion

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25 July 2022 | Quarrying

Local museum hosts temporary exhibition of findings unearthed at Brett Aggregates’ Brightlingsea Quarry

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Sally Hollingworth
21 December 2021 | Quarrying

Quarry near Swindon reveals Neanderthal hand tools alongside Britain’s biggest mammoth ‘graveyard’

Harden donation
05 October 2021 | Quarrying

Local archaeological dig given the go ahead thanks to £3,500 donation from Harden Quarry

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Phil Harding
16 September 2021 | SHE

Phil Harding thanks team at company’s Dagenham site for active archaeological involvement

Gradbach lime kiln
21 August 2021 | Quarrying

Tarmac’s Tunstead Quarry donates limestone to restore and enhance 200-year-old lime kiln

WBM archaeology
14 August 2021 | Quarrying

Wealth of Bronze Age, Iron Age and Roman artefacts found at Hale Manor Quarry on Isle of Wight

Tarmac Knobb's Farm
30 June 2021 | Quarrying

New report reveals mass of decapitated bodies were unearthed at former Tarmac quarry in Cambridgeshire

Mammoth tooth
06 January 2020 | SHE

Marine aggregates dredger uncovers rare mammoth tooth dating back to the Ice Age

Bell B20E dumptrucks
23 November 2019 | Plant & Equipment

Archaeological specialist says B20E’s light ground pressure and flotation tyres are perfect for the task

Prehistoric timber house remains
26 October 2019 | SHE

Rare yet well-preserved Mesolithic timbers unearthed at Tarmac quarry in North Yorkshire

Dr Rebecca Trow
15 October 2019 | SHE

Archaeological finds at Hope cement works help shed more light on Roman military outpost

19 August 2019 | SHE

Ancient artefacts going on show to the public this week at a Tarmac site in North Yorkshire

Plesiosaur skeleton
05 November 2018 | SHE

Rare fossil found at Must Farm Quarry goes on show at Oxford University Museum of Natural History

Bradley community archaeology
29 September 2018 | SHE

Local residents take a look at how archaeological work at new surface mine has been planned and carried out