SCAPE works with the public to research, investigate, interpret and promote the archaeology of Scotland’s coast
Case studies of community projects at eroding sites
Help us update surveys of sites at risk in your area
Stories about coastal heritage in Scotland and further afield
Tom Dawson started his archaeological career as a volunteer, providing him with a passion for making archaeology accessible to all. He has worked on sites around the world and for the last 20 years, has managed SCAPE where he has helped develop new ways to approach old problems.
Joanna Hambly has worked with SCAPE since 2009. She first came across archaeology as a 17 year old when a friend talked her into volunteering on a dig in Winchester. Joanna develops and manages many of SCAPE’s activities and is an advocate of integrating archaeological research with public participation
Ellie Graham also started out in archaeology as a volunteer and has a background in commercial archaeology and heritage management. She developed her passion for coastal archaeology whilst working with the Arfordir Coastal Heritage Project in Wales before joining SCAPE in 2012.