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Historic Environment Record Manager

Charina JonesBSC(Hons) MSc MCIfA

Charina graduated with a BSc in Archaeology from Cardiff University in 2001. She worked briefly at Cotswold Archaeology and Cambrian Archaeological Projects undertaking geophysical survey and excavation before starting work for the Trust as a Project Archaeologist in 2003. During her time in the Projects division Charina was involved with a number of Cadw-funded projects, primarily Historic Landscape Characterisation and the Southeast Wales Industrial Ironworks Landscapes Project. Other work included desk-based assessments, survey and excavation. During this period Charina studied part-time for an MSc in Geographic Information Systems, which she completed in 2007.

Charina was appointed to her current position as Historic Environment Record Manager in late 2007. She is responsible for managing, maintaining and updating the HER for the 12 Unitary Authorities of Southeast Wales.

Her interests focus on landscape archaeology and 3D modelling of the landscape, with an emphasis on presentation of the archaeological resource to the public, especially concerning the delivery of information online. She has recently started a part-time PhD mapping the Historic Landscape Character of South Wales with Swansea University.

Historic Environment Record Officer

Calli Rouse BA (Hons) ACIfA

Calli graduated in 2004 from the University of Winchester with a BA in Archaeology and started work as a Site Assistant with Archaeological Services & Consultancy Ltd in Milton Keynes in 2005. She gained experience of excavating and recording a wide variety of sites, from the excavation of Iron Age settlements, to the recording of medieval timber framed buildings and more modern factories; she was also sub-contracted on a number of occasions to work in the Historic Environment Record at both Buckinghamshire County Council and Milton Keynes Council. She eventually left ASC Ltd in 2014 as a Project Officer, with a particular interest in historic building recording and undertaking desk-based assessments. Calli went on to work as a Consultant for Jacobs Ltd in Reading, before joining KDK Archaeology Ltd in Bedfordshire as a Project Officer, where she was able to further pursue her interest in medieval timber framed buildings.

Calli joined the Trust as Historic Environment Record Officer in 2015.