Simpson & Brown Architects with Addyman Archaeology


We have worked with community groups and students on voluntary excavations and training exercises in both Scotland and England.  Our archaeological professionals are skilled in developing a methodology for your proposal, dealing with the procedural side of the project and directing the team in the rudiments of archaeology in the field.

We have worked with volunteers completing the standing building record of Penicuik House and the continuing excavations at Muggleswick Grange in conjunction with The Upper Derwent History and Archaeology Society, and Shildon Engine House for North Pennines AONB Partnership.  We also frequently give talks and presentations to a wide range of groups and societies.

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Shildon Little Engine House

We were commissioned by the North Pennines Area of Natural Beauty Partnership to undertake an archaeological evaluation of the Little Engine House at Shildon near Blanchland, Northumberland.

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Dalkeith Tolbooth

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