Very much a continuous work in progress,
both the webpages and the archaeological and other sites.
Not all sites that we visit will
necessarily be listed. The location of some features will be withheld, at least
initially, especially if they are not on the historical record.
Speculative features will be included when there is evidence of early occupation
A listing may be removed if investigation
adds no further information.
As a charity which promotes non-invasive
remote sensing, the most we do onsite in Gloucestershire is fly a kite with a
camera/imager and possibly walk the field, around the edge normally. We do not
Failure to gain permission to fly on a
site impedes but does not stop investigation as we can then turn to imaging from
satellite and plane over the months of winter. We may, at sometime, fund a near
infra-red aerial survey of the area by plane.
Aerial photography can give both
young and old a new
perspective on the area in which they live.
In the Beginning, Helicopter, Plane and
Our first flights into
aerial photography were 30 years ago over the Carribean,
Gloucestershire and later Chichen Itza and Bristol:
Bussage near Stroud (helicopter)