Associate Member, Ancient Human Occupation of Britain 3 Project; Research Associate, Norfolk Museums & Archaeology Service
Career: Laboratory assistant, Rothamsted Experimental Station, Harpenden (1959–1965); Higher Scientific Officer, British Geological Survey (1971–1972); PhD, The University of Dublin, 1972; Senior Lecturer, Anglia Ruskin University (1972–1999); accepted early retirement and a life-enhancing change of ‘career’ with both hands (1999) and have never looked back; two short spells of teaching at The University of Sydney (2003, 2004); then came cataloguing the glacial erratic collection and scanning the Hallam Ashley photograph archive at Norwich Castle Museum with Nigel Larkin, volunteering at the Natural History Museum, South Kensington and, most recently, Associate Membership of the Leverhulme Trust-funded Ancient Human Occupation of Britain group.
Society membership: Quaternary Research Association; The Geological Society of Norfolk (Treasurer and Membership Secretary, 2013–); The Lithics Study Society; Friends of the Sedgwick Museum.
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