The archive includes a page for each of the 250+ cuttings on the site (10m square usually with some exceptions, especially for the ramparts). Each cutting page includes a brief description of the square, links to the plans, photographs and supervisor notes for the cutting, and includes a summary of the features and finds in the cutting. You can then look at the feature  and finds records in more detail and albums of the plans and photographs.

Copyright (c) The Crickley Archaeological Hill Trust 1969-2021. The right to use, copy, distribute or otherwise disseminate this material is reserved to those specifically authorised by The Trust.

Searching of the archive can be achieved in one of two ways:

If you know the area of the site you are interested in, you can select the precise cutting from the site map. This is the quickest way to get where you want.

A survey of the whole site in photos. If you are new to the site, or want to search for a specific area, then this is the best way to start. You can find all the points of interest and the excavation records and photos relating to them.

To have a look at the information available and how to access it, take a look at the guide to the cutting page and feature schedule.

How to use the archive

Please note that copyright for all of the material in the archive owned by The Crickley Hill Archaeological Trust, with the exception of the photographic archive, where the copyright is owned by Professor P.W.Dixon. All requests to use the material for research, or to copy, disseminate, publish or use the material for commercial purposes must be by prior agreement and permission of the Crickley Hill Archaeological Trust.

To see what is currently available in the archive, and how you might use it, follow this link.