MOLA Headland Infrastructure team
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MOLA Headland Infrastructure teamTwo time capsules buried nearly 140 years ago to mark the opening of UK’s first “sober” hospital have been uncovered during the demolition of the derelict National Temperance Hospital by HS2 workers in Euston.
26.10.2017The final MOLA books of the Crossrail Archaeology series are published, covering 10,000 years of London history.
We recently welcomed pupils from St Blaise C of E Primary School on to one of our excavations in Oxfordshire to find out about the rich h
22.10.2017Discover the latest results from the largest archaeological study of London’s population from the 16th to 18th centuries
18.10.2017Sunday 8th October marked Silver Sunday, a day dedicated to combating loneliness and isolation for older people across the UK. It celebrates the value and knowledge that older generations contribute to our communities. Our contribution to the national Silver Sunday celebrations was a ‘Remembering the Thames’ tea party at our London offices