Clemency Cooper - Oxford Archaeology's Community Archaeology Manager

As Oxford Archaeology's Community Archaeology Manager, I develop and supports all educational and community work across the company involving volunteers, educational institutions and the general public.

From June 2016, I have been the main point of contact beween the the public, local community and professional archaeologists for the Jigsaw Cambridgeshire project. My role is to develop the involvement of groups and volunteers, and to provide support and advice. I also manage the Jigsaw community equipment and resources.

 

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Stephen Macaulay - Jigsaw Project Manager

Hi, I'm Stephen Macaulay the Jigsaw Community Archaeology Project Manager.  It's my role to make sure Jigsaw delivers its objectives and we maximise the opportunities to get as many people involved and enjoying community archaeology in Cambridgeshire.  Since coming to Cambridge in 1992, I have worked to deliver public archaeology throughout the county and I see the Jigsaw project as the next piece in our long history of public and community engagement.

 

Quinton Carroll - Historic Environment Team Manager, Cambridgeshire

I head up the County Council's Historic Environment Team, partners of OA East for this project. My role is to ensure that the project delivers the council's own requirements as well as looking for opportunities within Cambridgeshire's archaeological community for closer working.

 

Sally Croft - Senior Archaeologist, Cambridgeshire HER

I manage the Cambridgeshire Historic Environment Record (CHER), the most comprehensive source of information on archaeological sites and finds in the modern county of Cambridgeshire. My role is to support Jigsaw participants to research and record Cambridgeshire's past.

 

 

 

Many thanks to Joanna Richards (Jigsaw Community Archaeology Officer) and Jemima Woolverton (Jigsaw Community Archaeologist) who worked on the Jigsaw project 2011-2016.