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Vindomora Solutions Ltd have a no-publicity policy unless otherwise agreed or requested by the client, or where it is an active part of a planning condition. As such, the majority of our projects cannot be shared with the public and we do not actively seek publicity with the local press as a matter of course. Where we can, however, we shall endeavour to do so here.
Unfortunately, due to workload we are behind in uploading our reports, which will be remedied in early 2017 (and should see the inclusion of at least another 30 reports in the selection).
The Northern Frontier: living with the Romans
At this moment in time, we are involved in a number of projects exploring the Roman northern frontier. From glimpses inside Hadrian’s Wall itself, to investigations on the defensive Vallum, two different Roman vici and also a small Romano-British farm in the wilds of North Yorkshire. Read more here…
In Search of the Prince Bishops
In September 2016, Vindomora Solutions began a new excavation in Wolsingham, County Durham investigating one of the potential manor houses built by and used by the Prince Bishops in the medieval period. Read more here…
Lead and Silver in the North Pennines
Vindomora Solutions have been involved in a number of projects over the last couple of years involving lead mining and smelting. Our most recent project is working alongside Heritage Consolidation Ltd during the conservation of leadworks at Allendale and Allenheads, Northumberland… Read more here…
The Archaeology of Education
Over the last couple of years there has been a growing trend for the re-development of our old school buildings as new modern buildings replace them. The study of these old buildings which have seen thousands of tiny feet cross their thresholds is a fascinating one, and one that has seen a number of recording projects come our way. One such project was the recording of the old Church of England School at Ryhope, Sunderland which was reported on in the Evening Chronicle.