Bamburgh Research Project

The Bamburgh Research Project is a non-profit independent archaeological research project investigating the area around Bamburgh Castle in Northumberland, which is one of the most important archaeological sites currently under excavation in northern England.


Introduction to the project and training excavation.

Graeme Young of Bamburgh Research Project gives a lecture to local participants of the community archaeology project ‘Paxton Before the House’ in the Scottish Borders. Bamburgh was one of the principal sites of Anglo Saxon England and it’s influence extended at times as far North as the Firth of Forth.

Graeme Young delivers the latest news about the archaeological work of Bamburgh Research Project and their excavations at Bamburgh Castle, Northumberland, UK

The first of a regular series of video updates covering the 2010 Season of Bamburgh Research Project. The first edition introduces you to some of the key staff on the project and details the preparatory work at the start of the season.

To see more videos, please visit the Bamburgh Medieval Youtube site

Click here to go to the Bamburgh Research Project website

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