About the Archaeology Service
The Archaeological Service is the main provider of archaeological advice in Suffolk.
In order to promote the conservation, enhancement and understanding of Suffolk's distinctive historic environment, we:
- maintain a record of archaeology and heritage assets, the Historic Environment Record
- provide advice to planners, developers and farmers
- identify and record finds made by members of the public
- curate an archive for fieldwork projects carried out in the county
- publish the results of fieldwork and other research into Suffolk's past
There are several ways to get in touch, either
- download a list of contact details for Archaeological Service staff.
- email email@example.com
- call 01284 741230
See our list of publications (PDF, 308KB). To order any of our publications, you can download our publications order form (PDF, 172KB). Please note that several publications are currently available at a special reduced price.
To find out more about the archaeology of Suffolk or your local area, please visit Suffolk Heritage Explorer.
Suffolk County Council's Archaeological Service can also be followed on Twitter @SCCArchaeology.
Natural and Historic Environment update, August 2017 (PDF, 407KB)