The trustees are responsible for the overall direction and operation of CRP and we currently have 9 trustees each of whom brings significant skills and experience to CRP. Each trustee has a specific area of responsibility as well as collectively exercising overall management of the project. The aims and objectives are set out by the Project Director in the 5 year research plan and agreed by the trustees. Researching options and the preparation of Business, Research and Excavation Plans is carried out by the Trustees with support from other members and formally reviewed and agreed by the board of Trustees. Funding options are researched and investigated, and funding applications are prepared by the Trustees. All required permissions and funding are confirmed by the Research Coordinator and excavation plans are prepared in line with guidelines from Historic England, Norfolk County Council and any other relevant bodies.
Chairman of Trustees
Chair, links to outside organisations such as NNAS and general oversight.
Responsible for financial transactions, accounts and financial planning.
Oversight of direction, research and links with University of Nottingham. Oversight of all excavation work.
Responsible for implementation of research plan and conduct of all work from site identification to publication.
Deputy to research coordinator
Responsible for all on site archaeological work.
Bulk Finds Coordinator
Responsibility for all post-excavation processing and upkeep of all materials and tools in the care of CRP. Responsible for bulk finds processing and allocation of finds for further examination.
Site Support Coordinator
Responsible for education aspects.
Responsible for excavation site logistics.
Health & Safety Coordinator
Tas Valley Project
Responsible for advice and implementation of H&S policy on excavation and other activities. Leadership of the Tas Valley Project
Responsible for all external links with other community groups including participation in CRP activity.
Responsible for links with press and other organisations.
Key Support Members
Small Finds Coordinator
Support for research coordinator and responsibility for small finds recording and processing.
(Norvic Archaeology) Professional Archaeologist
Advice to Research and Excavation coordinators on a wide range of archaeological activity.